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Martin the Warrior
November 23rd, 2002, 02:55 PM
<A HREF="http://newsline.longpatrolclub.com/images/angelscommand/angels_command.jpg"><img src="http://newsline.longpatrolclub.com/images/angelscommand/angels_command_thumb.jpg" height= "190" width= "125" alt="Angel's Command" align="right" hspace="5" vspace="3" BORDER="0"></A><b>Amazon.com</b> has posted the final cover of <i><A HREF="http://newsline.longpatrolclub.com/angelscommand.html">The Angel's Command</A></i>. I've no idea who the artist is, but we can eliminate both David Wyatt and Michael Koelsch. At this point, I'd say it's either David Elliot (the interior illustrator of the book) or Thomas Gordon (the illustrator listed on Amazon).

In addition, I've got a few book stats to share with you.

<i>The Angel's Command</i> will be approximately 30 chapters (plus prologue and epilogue) which encompasses 384 pages. The book will be divided into two sections, rather than three, the titles of which are "<b><i>La Petite Marie</i></b>" and "<b><i>The Razan</i></b>". The book opens in Cartagena in the year 1628, eight years after the <i>Flying Dutchman</i> was cursed.

More news forthcoming, check back later this week.