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Publisher's Summary

It will take a thief to stop a thief.

Zarinth is a dangerous city at the edge of the kingdom, illuminated by the constant fire of the nearby volcano Ishantil. For thief Ty, it’s more than a city filled with valuable ancient dragon relics. It’s the home he could never leave.

When Ishantil threatens to erupt and put the city in chaos, Ty wants one last score before finally leaving it - and his past - behind. All while the notorious Dragon Thief chases the same prize.

The Dragon Thief has a reputation for a reason, but Ty begins to think there’s more to the job than just the prize. 

Success means more than freedom. It means he can buy the answers he really wants. And it just might save the city from destruction.

Packed full of action and adventure, Path of the Flame is the beginning of a brand new epic fantasy adventure.

©2021 ASH Publishing (P)2021 ASH Publishing

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