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Harry Turtledove

Harry Norman Turtledove is an American author best known for his work in the genres of alternate history, historical fiction, fantasy, science fiction, and mystery fiction. He is a student of history and completed his Ph.D. in Byzantine history. His dissertation was on the period AD 565–582. He lives in Southern California. In addition to his birth name, Turtledove writes under a number of pen names: Eric Iverson, H. N. Turteltaub, Dan Chernenko, and Mark Gordian. He began publishing novels in the realm of fantasy starting in 1979 and continues to publish to the current day.

ALL BOOKS BY THIS AUTHOR
Trope-ing The Light Fantastic

The Sacred Land

Harry Turtledove

Menedemos, the young dashing sea captain, and his helper (and cousin), the scholarly Sostratos, are back in their third adventure.

This time around, the two cousins end up in the Sacred Land, Jerusalem, where they encounter a strange religion. This fascinates Sostratos, who wants to learn about the...

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Trope-ing The Light Fantastic

The Gryphon's Skull

Harry Turtledove

Menedemos, the young dashing sea captain, and his helper (and cousin), the scholarly Sostratos, are back in a new adventure.

Soon after their successful return to Rhodes, the two cousins find that Greece is a dangerous place after the death of Alexander. Various factions fight and vie for power, an...

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On the Train

Harry Turtledove with Rachel Turtledove

Turtledoves père and fille offer two stories set on a railroad-girt world. Harry Turtledove (Supervolcano) introduces Javan, a young man from the city of Pingaspor whose third-class ticket allows him to expand his worldview and whose ambition allows him to make a life for himself in the narrow confi...

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Trope-ing The Light Fantastic

Over the Wine-Dark Sea

Harry Turtledove

Menedemos, the young dashing sea captain, and his helper, the scholarly Sostratos, are sea-traders from the Greek island of Rhodes. Fearless sailors, they will travel any distance to make a profit or to search for rich treasures.

While they trade in fineries such as wine and silk (and even, to the ...

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Trope-ing The Light Fantastic

Owls to Athens

Harry Turtledove

"Scholar and bestselling author [Turteltaub], encapsulates his vision of the ancient world through the eyes of these two engaging merchants."-Historical Novel Society

After some long and perilous journeys, Menedemos and Sostratos finally head back to Athens just in time for the Dionysia, a bacchana...

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