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Barbara Hambly

Barbara Hambly

·3.93·131,856 Ratings
“ The greatest of richness is the richness of the soul. ” ― Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)
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  • Dead Water (Benjamin January, #8)

    ·4.12·552 Ratings
    Nineteenth-century New Orleans is a blazing hotbed of scorching politics and personal vendettas. And it's into this fire that Benjamin January falls when he is hired to follow Oliver Weems, a bank official who has absconded with $100,000 in gold and secur
  • Die Upon a Kiss (Benjamin January, #5)

    ·3.97·727 Ratings
    In February 1835, the cold New Orleans streets are alight with masked Mardi Gras revelers as the American Theater’s impresario, Lorenzo Belaggio, brings a magnificent yet controversial operatic version of Othello to town. But it’s pitch-black in the a
  • Sold Down the River (Benjamin January, #4)

    ·4.17·943 Ratings
    Penetrating the murkiest corners of glittering New Orleans society, Benjamin January brought murderers to justice in A Free Man of Color, Fever Season, and Graveyard Dust. Now, in Barbara Hambly's haunting new novel, he risks his life in a violent plantat
  • Dragonshadow (Winterlands, #2)

    ·3.65·809 Ratings
    Lord John Aversin--with the help of his mageborn wife, Jenny Waynest-- has fought and defeated two dragons, earning the title of Dragonsbane. But there are creatures more terrifying than dragons. Demonspawn from a dark dimension have learned to drink the
  • Fever Season (Benjamin January, #2)

    ·4.1·1,222 Ratings
    The summer of 1833 has been one of brazen heat and brutal pestilence, as the city is stalked by Bronze John - the popular name for the deadly cholera epidemic that tests the healing skills of doctor and voodoo alike. Benjamin January's Paris medical train
  • Sisters of the Raven (Sisters of the Raven, #1)

    ·3.5·595 Ratings
    The Yellow City is in crisis. The wells are running dry, and the Sun Mages have been unable to call the rains. Frustrated Mages across the land can no longer work the magic that once ran their empire. Now the magic lies solely in the hands of a few women
  • Renfield: Slave of Dracula

    ·3.26·683 Ratings
    An imaginative novel that puts a fresh and frightening new spin on Bram Stoker's Dracula.The servant Renfield was the most enigmatic character to stalk in the shadows of Dracula. Now he takes center stage in an ingenious re-imagining of Bram Stoker's clas
  • Dragonstar (Winterlands, #4)

    ·3.79·437 Ratings
    The novels of New York Times bestselling author Barbara Hambly have broken new ground in the realm of fantasy. With a sweeping cast of characters whose powers are both awesome and heartachingly limited, the Dragon series is built around the touching relat
  • Patriot Hearts: A Novel of the Founding Mothers

    ·3.43·456 Ratings
    When Martha Dandridge Custis marries her second husband, George, she never suspects that the soft-spoken Virginia planter is destined to command the founding of a nation--or that she is to be Lady Washington, the woman at the first President's side. Only
  • Those Who Hunt the Night (James Asher, #1)

    ·3.83·3,414 Ratings
    Alternate Cover Edition can be found here. At the turn of the twentieth century, a former spy is called into service to hunt down a vampire killer...Once a spy for Queen Victoria, James Asher has fought for Britain on every continent, using his quick wits
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