Slayer of Souls
Tressa Norne is an American living in China. After her life was spared during a revolution in the area, Tressa finds herself taken as a slave and forced to serve Erlik, a demon-god, and his cult. She ends up escaping back to America, but only to find that she is being followed by the Secret Service, and her former masters. (Ann Boulais)
First Page:THE SLAYER OF SOULS
ROBERT W. CHAMBERS
AUTHOR OF "IN SECRET," "THE COMMON LAW," "THE RECKONING," "LORRAINE," ETC.
NEW YORK GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY
Copyright, 1920, By Robert W. Chambers
Copyright, 1919, 1920, by International Magazine Company
Printed in the United States of America
TO MY FRIEND GEORGE ARMSBY
Mirror of Fashion, Admiral of Finance, Don't, in a passion, Denounce this poor Romance; For, while I dare not hope it might Enthuse you, Perhaps it will, some rainy night, Amuse you.
So, your attention, In poetry polite, To my invention I bashfully invite. Don't hurl the book at Eddie's head Deep laden, Or Messmore's; you might hit instead Will Braden.
Kahn among Canners, And Grand Vizier of style, Emir of Manners, Accept and place on file This tribute, which I proffer while I grovel, And honor with thy matchless Smile My novel... Continue reading book >>
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