The legal bit

The novels in the series the Bremmand Chronicles (The Line of Duty, Twelve Moon-Cycles, Balance of Betrayal) and any short stories associated with that continuity are the intellectual copyright of Cate Caruth and may not be copied, reproduced or re-published without the author’s explicit consent.

The front cover image of Twelve Moon Cycles is copyright Russell Cockman and is reproduced with permission and with my gratitude. Further information may be found at Russell’s website

The front cover mage of Balance of Betrayal is copyright Clare Metcalfe and Jonathan Rew-Dixon and is reproduced with permission and with my gratitude.

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