City of Ravens (Forgotten Realms: The Cities, Book 1) by Richard Baker

By Richard Baker

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The urban of Ravens

For the 1st time, Jack Ravenwild's designs exceed his skills. His pursuits plunge him into the center of a plot to smash town, a noble quest to discover a misplaced hoard, and a conspiracy to grab the reins of strength in the course of the nobility's video game of mask. Worse but, Jack needs to choose from a lifetime of freedom and saving the town he doesn't even comprehend he loves.

The Cities

A new sequence of stand-alone novels, each one set in a single of the strong towns of Faerûn.

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