The Alchemist's Box

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Alex Avrio is an author of fantasy short stories, novellas, and novels. Her previous dark fantasy novella, the Dreaming Demon, can be found for sale on Amazon. She was born in Nottingham, UK, to Greek parents. She has lived both in Greece and England where she returned to study for an MBA in the University of Kent. She has also a PhD in E-business Strategy Management from the University of Kent. She has been writing stories from an early age, and after concluding the PhD she decided that it was the time to try in all earnest to become a professional writer.

Alexandra currently lives with her husband and their two cats in Newcastle upon Tyne, a place so far up north that if you go any further you're south again. She would love to share with you her love of fantasy and adventures. She also has a book, bingo and dessert habit to fuel, so please help by buying the books.

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The Alchemist's Box

Merchant Blades Book I

Authored by Alex Avrio
Edition: 1

Five years ago she would have run him though with her saber without a thought. Now she must trust Kapitan Maximillian Jaeger, enemy in the recent bitter war, with her life. Mercenary Captain Regina Fitzwaters embarks on one simple job to save her reputation: to retrieve the mysterious Alchemist’s Box from the court of the neighboring Duchy of Pella. But in Pella, a curse of a thousand years has resurfaced. Where are all the court dignitaries? What does the Alchemist’s box contain that is worth killing, or dying, for? Can Regina and Jaeger put the war behind them and work together to save everyone in the Duchy before it’s too late?

Publication Date:
1515178382 / 9781515178385
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Fantasy / Historical

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