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Also by Lee Killough:

The Leopard's Daughter, February 2006
Trade Size (reprint)
Killer Karma, August 2005
Hardcover
Blood Games, May 2004
Trade Size
Wilding Nights, May 2002
Paperback
BloodWalk, June 1997
Paperback (reprint)

The Leopard's Daughter
Lee Killough

A warrior princess searches the vast Saraha grasslands for a traitor of her tribe.

Yard Dog Press
February 2006
Featuring: Tomo Silla; Jeneba Karamoke; Ngmengo
233 pages
ISBN: 1893687775
Trade Size (reprint)
$16.00
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Fantasy

Warrior princess Jeneba Karamoke has grown up scorned by her people because her father was a leopard man. When she rescues a party of fellow warriors from cannibalistic monster half-men, she hopes it will finally win acceprance for her. But no..in order to prove she isn't lying about the vanished hero Tomo Silla betraying them to the half- men, she must bring him to face the tribe. And in order to do that, she must survive more monsters, foreign tribes, war, and help lift a curse on a fabled city.

Including a novella "Aftershock"

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