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Beyond the Dar Al-Harb
Beyond the Dar Al-Harb
Author: Gordon R. Dickson
ISBN-13: 9780812535501
ISBN-10: 0812535502
Publication Date: 11/15/1985
Pages: 256
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Publisher: Tor Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Red-haired Jamie, once a Scottish prince, is now Jami al-Kafir (the Infidel), bodyguard for a wealthy jewel merchant in the great walled city of 'Ayla in the Land of the Prophet.

But a simple errand for his master sets Jami on a perilous road filled with treachery, death asn dark magics. For a Persian sorcerer has tricked him into stealing away the exquisite creature called the White Flower an enchanted woman no man can resist. And the one who desires her above all others is a desert sheik a man against whom Jami has sworn a terrible vengeance

This never-before-published adventure by the bestselling author of THE FINAL ENCYCLOPEDIA is a rich tapestry of magic, passion and interwoven fates worthy of the Arabian Nights.