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"Prove that you can stand against the darkness and live."
In book 4 of the Shadowdance series, Haern is the King's Watcher, born an assassin only to become the city of Veldaren's protector against the thief guilds.
When Lord Victor Kane attacks the city, determined to stamp out all corruption, foreign gangs pour in amidst the chaos in an attempt to overthrow the current lords of the underworld.
And when a mysterious killer known as the Widow begins mutilating thieves, paranoia engulfs the city. Haern knows someone is behind the turmoil, pulling strings. If he doesn't find out who - and soon - his beloved city will burn.
Light or darkness: where will the line be drawn?
Fantasy author David Dalglish spins a tale of retribution and darkness, and an underworld reaching for ultimate power in this fourth novel of the Shadowdance series, previously released as Watcher's Blade.
©2014 David Dalglish (P)2014 Hachette Audio
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Critic Reviews

"Fast, furious, and fabulous." - Michael Sullivan, author of Theft of Swords on A Dance of Cloaks"[A] winning combination of A Game of Thrones, sword-and-sorcery RPGS, and vivid description...Dalglish puts familiar pieces together with a freshness and pleasure that are contagious." - Publishers Weeky on A Dance of Cloaks"Dalglish concocts a heady cocktail of energy, breakneck pace, and excitement that a reader could get drunk on." - Sam Sykes, author of Tome of the Undergates on A Dance of Cloaks
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By sedroray on 01-18-15

horrid accents

A very good series, but the narrator's exaggerated accents are unrealistic, comical, and very distracting.

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