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By Michael Moorcock
Count number Brass is the 1st novel within the The Chronicles of chateau Brass sequence via Michael Moorcock and that includes Duke Dorian Hawkmoon. it's a sequel to The Runestaff and is by way of The Champion of Garathorm. It used to be initially released within the uk via Mayflower technological know-how Fiction.
The novel selections up 5 years after the occasions of The Runestaff. Investigating rumours that the ghost of count number Brass has again to the Kamarg, Hawkmoon discovers that unregenerate Granbretan loyalists are manipulating Time and area in an try and restoration the darkish Empire.
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