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There was a swirl of red mist before
Dions eyes; his sword was a shimmering
blur as he faced the queens lover. Groven,
warding off the biting point, backed,
slashed, retreated again, his eyes wide
with fear. Dion feinted with his blade and
lunged. A shrill cry cut the air as Groven
dropped to the floor.
Dion Harvie had done what no
other man had dareddueled to the death
with the queens favorite. For his moment
of folly he paid in full measurean exile
with a price on his head.
is Dion Harvies story and that of the
other bold Elizabethans who built
Raleighs colony in America and sud-
denly vanished! To this great secret of
history, Don Tracy has found an
answerbold, compelling and exciting.
Cover painting by Clark Hulings
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