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Sword of the Battle Priest by Dr. John W. Gilmore


Sword of the Battle Priest by Dr. John W. Gilmore

Lucius Carabas and the Anti-Terrorist Task-Force, using a mixture of magic and military strategy, pursue the Terrorist Team from Delta Alpha Two-an empire building planet steeped in the arts of science and wizardry. The days seem dark and the Earth corrupted to the point of destruction. Having come through a nuclear war and arisen from the ashes as a new, beautiful planet, Earth, once again, falls prey to the wiles and corrupting influence of the Delta Alphans. The White Priesthood and Earth Forces are the only ones that can prevent the hostile take over and destruction of planet Earth, and the enslavement of every human being by the Princess Angelica and her evil henchmen.

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Publication date

27th August 2007


Dr. John W. Gilmore

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156 pages


Science fiction



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