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Dark Beyond the Stars Paperback – August 4, 2015
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About the Author
Annie Bellet is the "USA TODAY" bestselling author of The Twenty-Sided Sorceress, Pyrrh Considerable Crimes Division, and Gryphonpike Chronicles series. She holds a BA in English and a BA in Medieval Studies and thus can speak a smattering of useful languages such as Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Welsh. Her interests besides writing include rock climbing, reading, horseback riding, video games, comic books, table-top RPGs, and many other nerdy pursuits. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and a very demanding Bengal cat.
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