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The Hostage of Zir 

The Hostage of Zir (1977)
(The third book in the Krishna series)
A novel by L Sprague de Camp

 
Outside the walls of the starport Novorecife, Earthmen on the warrior planet Kishna are on their own. So when he is chosen to lead the first ersuma (Earth-tourists) through the sorcerer-kingdoms of this "protected" medieval world, Fergus Reith must first learn to speak Durou; must take the chemical oath against imparting technical information; and must above all else learn to handle a broadsword! All these skills are needed when Reith finds himself and his ersuma trapped as pawns in a deadly war between a sorceress and a sterile kingdom under three moons . . . The Hostage of Zir is the third of L. Sprague de Camp's Krishna book - interplanetary romance in the tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Martian Tales.

Genre: Science Fiction
 
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Hardback Editions

December 1977 : Hardback
Title: The Hostage of Zir
Author(s): L. Sprague De Camp
ISBN: 0399120971 / 9780399120978 (USA edition)
Publisher: Berkley publication
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Paperback Editions

October 1982 : Mass Market Paperback
Title: The Hostage of Zir
Author(s): L. Sprague De Camp
ISBN: 0441342965 / 9780441342969 (USA edition)
Publisher: Ace Books
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1977 : Mass Market Paperback
Title: The Hostage of Zir
Author(s): L. Sprague De Camp
ISBN: 042503870X / 9780425038703 (USA edition)
Publisher: Berkley
Availability: Amazon   Amazon CA   Amazon UK   

Kindle Editions

September 2011 : Kindle edition
Title: The Hostage of Zir
Author(s): L. Sprague de Camp
ISBN: B005HRTAB6
Publisher: Gateway
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