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Old August 15 2012, 07:07 PM   #1
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Fear to Tread, by James Swallow

I wondered if anyone would be interested in knowing that author & regular bbs contributor James Swallow has just had a new book released, Fear to Tread, for the UK-based sci-fi/fantasy publusher Black Library. It's part of a long-running series that Swallow has contributed two volumes so far too, which are rather good comparatively in the hierarchy of books within the series. Anyone who has liked Swallow's Treklit might enjoy his work therein, espeically to consider linking themes and ideas within his different licensed fictions.

An extract is available on their website here.

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