Rohan, Michael Scott; Scott, Allan -- A Spell of Empire: The Horns of Tartarus

Early Rohan effort, in sort of the same vein as Avram Davidson's historical fantasies: let the historical Byzantines (or whoever) talk in modern dialect and then have a lot of fun. Okay, it's fluff, and Davidson did it better. And Rohan doesn't invest the boss monster at the end with the power that his "Spiral" books display. But he's got a collection of charming grumpy heroes -- many of whom talk in funny accents -- and it's really all good.

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