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Shadows of Sanctuary


Shadows of Sanctuary EDITED BY ROBERT ASPRIN

Shadows of Sanctuary
The Thieves ' World Adventure continues.
edited by Robert Asprin

NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED STOIES FROM THE TOP NAMES IN FANTASY

In the beginning there was Thieves' World, a book so popular that it earned a panel all its own at the World Science Fiction Convention. Then came Tales form the Vulgar Unicorn...

And now "Shadows of Sanctuary", Sanctuary, the meanest, seediest town in all of fantasy, has captured the imaginations of some of the most popular writers in all of fantasy - ROBERT ASPRIN, LYNN ABBEY, ANDREW J OFFUTT, VONDA N MCINTYRE, JANET MORRIS, C J CHERRYH

Join them, and the characters you came to love in previous books, in this third volume of the most unique series in science fiction.

Another back cover blurb:

Each one of them has a tale to tell - thieves, harlots, godlings, and sorcerous beings living in the Shadows of Sanctuary.

Following on from Thieves' World and Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn, seven top fantasy writers have written the stories of those who live and die in this infamous place.

Join Lynn Abbey, Andrew Offutt, Vonda N. McIntyre and Janet Morris - but be warned: the world of Sanctuary is a dangerous one.

CONTENTS

Introduction
Author: Robert Asprin

Ischade
Author: C.J. Cherryh

A Gift in Parting
Author: Robert Asprin

The Vivisectionist
Author: Andrew Offutt

The Rhinoceros and the Unicorn
Author: Diana L. Paxson

Then Azyuna Danced
Author: Lynn Abbey

A Man and his God
Author: Janet Morris

Essay: Things the Editor Never Told Me
Author: Lynn Abbey


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Last Revised: April 2000.