The Bloodline Feud: A Merchant Princes Omnibus

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The Bloodline Feud: an omnibus edition of the first two novels in Charles Stross's The Merchant Princes series

The six families of the Clan rule the kingdom of Gruinmarkt from behind the scenes. They are a mixture of nobility and criminal conspirators whose power to walk between their world and ours makes them rich in both.

Miriam, a hip tech journalist from Boston, discovers her alternate-world relatives with explosive results that shake three worlds. Now, as the prodigal Countess Helge Thorold-Hjorth, she finds herself ensnared in schemes and plots centuries in the making. She is surrounded by unlikely allies, lethal contraband, and―most dangerous of all―her family.

To avoid a slippery slope down to an unmarked grave, Miriam must build a power base of her own―with unexpected consequences for three different time lines, including the quasi-Victorian one exploited by the hidden family.

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About the Author:

CHARLES STROSS was born in Leeds, England, in 1964. He is the author of the Merchant Prince series, including The Trade of Queens, The Revolution Business and The Merchant's War, and has worked as a pharmacist, software engineer, and freelance journalist, but now writes full-time. To date, Stross has won two Hugo Awards and been nominated twelve times. He has also won the Locus Award for Best Novel, the Locus Award for Best Novella, and has been shortlisted for the Arthur C. Clarke and Nebula Awards. In addition, his fiction has been translated into around a dozen languages. Stross lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, with his wife Feorag, a couple of cats, several thousand books, and an ever-changing herd of obsolescent computers.

Review:

“Great Fun!” ―Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize-winning economist on The Merchant Princes series

“Stross brings to fantasy the same kind of sly humor and clear–eyed extrapolation that he previously brough to space opera and horror...presented with great wit and high suspense.” ―San Francisco Chronicle on The Merchant Princes series

“A marvelous romp through this world and others, told by a master of the imaginative thrill-ride.” ―Karl Schroeder on The Merchant Princes series

“A fantastically thrilling series.” ―Booklist on The Merchant Princes series

“Totally off the wall and delightful.” ―Anne McCaffrey on The Merchant Princes series

“An alternate world that is fascinating and original...it's simply a great adventure, full of danger, of plots within plots, of forbidden love and political murder.” ―Orson Scott Card on The Merchant Princes series

“Stross gives us an escape fanatsy that is most seductive , indeed.” ―Salon.com on The Merchant Princes series

“Inventive, irreverent, and delightful...an alternate world where business is simultaneously low and high tech, and where romance, murder, marriage, and business are hopelessly intertwined--and deadly.” ―L. E. Modesitt, Jr. on The Merchant Princes series

“Fans of the author’s previous work will recognize his trademark skill at world building―you can almost see the filth on the streets of New England, feel the closeted oppression of the Clan hierarchy, and experience Miriam’s terror at the horrifying circumstances she finds herself in.” ―SciFiNow on The Merchant Princes series

“A rollicking, pacy read and delivers on the fun.” ―Interzone

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Verlag: Tor Books St Martins Pr Inc, (2014)
ISBN 10: 0765378663 ISBN 13: 9780765378668
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