Debra Doyle Books In Order

Circle of Magic Books In Order

  1. School of Wizardry (1990)
  2. Tournament and Tower (1990)
  3. City by the Sea (1990)
  4. The Prince’s Players (1990)
  5. The Prisoners of Bell Castle (1990)
  6. The High King’s Daughter (1990)

Books In Order

  1. Monster Machine (1991)
  2. Aquatech Warriors (1991)
  3. MageWorlds Books In Order

    1. The Price of the Stars (1992)
    2. Starpilot’s Grave (1993)
    3. By Honor Betray’d (1994)
    4. The Gathering Flame (1995)
    5. The Long Hunt (1996)
    6. The Stars Asunder (1999)
    7. A Working of Stars (2002)
    8. On Suivi Point (2021)

    Bad Blood Books In Order

    1. Bad Blood (1993)
    2. Hunter’s Moon (1994)
    3. Judgement Night (1995)
    4. Bad Blood: A Short Story (2011)

    Circle of Magic 2 Books In Order

    1. Secret of the Tower (2000)
    2. The Wizard’s Statue (2000)
    3. Danger In The Palace (2000)
    4. The Wizard’s Castle (1999)

    Peter Crossman Books In Order

    1. The Confessions of Peter Crossman (2010)
    2. The Devil in the Details (2014)

    Orville Nesbit Books In Order

    1. Ecdysis (2011)


    1. Knight’s Wyrd (1992)
    2. Groogleman (1996)
    3. Prince Valiant (1998)
    4. Land of Mist and Snow (2006)
    5. Lincoln’s Sword (2010)


    1. Two from the Mageworlds (2011)
    2. The Maker’s Shelf (2011)
    3. Witch Garden and Other Stories (2011)
    4. Ghosts and Legends (2012)
    5. Looking For Futures (2012)
    6. Vampires and Shapeshifters (2012)


    1. Philologos (2011)
    2. Crossover (2011)
    3. Jenny Nettles (2011)
    4. Remailer (2011)
    5. Holly and Ivy (2011)
    6. Up the Airy Mountain (2011)
    7. The Clockwork Trollop (2013)

    Circle of Magic Book Covers

    Book Covers

    • Monster Machine
    • Aquatech Warriors
    • MageWorlds Book Covers

      Bad Blood Book Covers

      Circle of Magic 2 Book Covers

      Peter Crossman Book Covers

      Orville Nesbit Book Covers

      Novels Book Covers

      Collections Book Covers

      Novellas Book Covers

      Debra Doyle Books Overview

      The High King’s Daughter

      The further adventures of Roland, a journeyman wizard, and his two companions, the knight errant Walter and the minstrel Lys, as they journey into Elfland to try and bring out The High King’s Daughter.

      The Gathering Flame

      When the Magelords begin to plunder the civilized galaxy, effortlessly destroying opposing warfleets and taking over entire planets, the only hope lies in three reluctant individuals: Perada Rosselin, Jos Metadi, and Errec Ransome.

      The Long Hunt

      More than twenty years after the end of the Second Magewar, power struggles within the ruling family on Khesat threaten both the Mageworlds and the Republic and renews old rivalries.

      The Stars Asunder

      The star systems of the Mageworlds are linked by magic. Only when trained Mages have found a Way to a new world can the great colonizing and trading ships follow. But beyond the furthest worlds is a great gap, beyond which, hint the legends, lie vast, rich human worlds long lost to the Mages’ trade. Now the most powerful Mage circle ever is determined to walk to those worlds, to reunite humanity’s sundered branches and make a fortune in the process. And young Arekhon sus Khalgath, scion of the most powerful of the clans of starship builders, has left his inheritance to join them. But immense forces are arrayed against them. Blood will be spilled, and dynasties thrown down, before the worlds of mankind are again united. For the first time in living memory, the Mages will go to war with themselves.

      A Working of Stars

      The new novel in the sweeping Mageworlds series. On the planet Entibor, Arekhon sus Khalgath sus Peledaen has found shelter and domestic tranquility with his old love, Elaeli Inadi, at the price of what he had left behind: a dispersed and shattered Mage Circle, an estranged brother who had tried to kill him, and a homeworld on the cusp of massive cultural upheaval. Arekhon finds himself impelled homeward by strange dreams and prophetic visions. The Great Working the effort to do the unthinkable and reunite a galaxy long sundered by the Gap Between remains incomplete, left unfinished in the aftermath of the dissolution of Arehkon’s Mage Circle. But too much energy and too many lives have been poured into the Working already; and it cannot end so long as any of the Circle members remain alive and bound into it. Home, unfortunately, isn t a safe place for Arehkon to be at the moment. For Eraasi has changed and the great fleet families at the center of the Eraasian culture are girding for war.

      Secret of the Tower

      After Randal breaks his promise never to use a weapon, he must travel to the faraway tower of a master wizard to be pardoned before he can practice his magic. But a perilous journey is even more dangerous without a sword or magical powers…
      This second book in the well written, absorbing fantasy series will have readers clamoring for more. Ages 8 12.

      The Wizard’s Statue

      Can Randal safeguard a mysterious statue from those who may abuse its great power? Readers will cheer for the young hero as he outsmarts a mercenary, a warlord, a wizard, and many others in the strange walled city of Widsegard. Ages 8 12.

      Danger In The Palace

      When Randal and his best friend, Lys, join the theater troupe in the court of a wealthy prince, they discover an evil plot against the kindhearted leader. Randal’s wizardry skills are needed now more than ever. This fourth book in Troll’s spellbinding Cirle Of Magic series delivers just what fantasy fans crave; young heroes, evil enemies, a fast moving plot, and nonstop excitement! Ages 8 12.

      The Wizard’s Castle

      When they vow to guard a shipment of gold, Randal and his friends, Lys and Walter, encounter lethal enemies who could keep them trapped forever in the castle of a powerful warlord. The fifth book in the absorbing fantasy series about a young wizard and his struggle against evil.

      Knight’s Wyrd

      Learning that he has less than a year to live, young knight Will Odosson rushes to the side of his betrothed, only to be waylaid by such horrors as a man eating troll, carnivorous mermaids, and a magic wielding dragon. SLJ.

      Prince Valiant

      The greatest adventure epic since Beowulf continues in this perennial, full color series. Hal Foster’s Prince Valiant, with its thrilling continuities of a fictitious knight in the court of King Arthur, set a new standard for the serial drama when it debuted in 1937. Foster’s noble character of royal descent was even beloved by genuine royalty: The Duke of Windsor, who reigned as King Edward III until his abdication in 1936, once described the strip as ‘the greatest contribution to English literature in the past 100 years.’ There had been continuity strips, and even strong elements of adventure, before Hal Foster started drawing comic strips, but approximately 35 years after the birth of the artform, it was Foster who introduced illustrative techniques and the sensibilities and standards of such illustrative greats as Howard Pyle to the comics page. Realistic depictions and sophisticated compositions had been curiously absent before him. He is still considered, 20 years after his death, to be comics’ supreme classicist, and the strip continues to live on in over 100 newspapers across America. Fantagraphics’ deluxe, full color editions of Prince Valiant run chronologically, and Volume 46 features the years 1976 and 1977, reprinting some of the last strips written and roughed out by Foster who passed away in 1982. The strips are finished by Foster’s prodigious assistant, John Cullen Murphy, who had been quietly assisting Foster for several years and actively took over the bulk of the drawing chores in 1971, immediately developing a fan following himself initial plans to end the series around 1971 were changed due to overwhelming fan demand, and there are no plans to end the series now. Each volume in the series presents close to a year’s worth of strips per volume in an oversized format showcasing the strip’s spectacular color pages.

      Land of Mist and Snow

      Called to duty at last, Lieutenant John Nevis faces his assignment with trepidation. Boarding the USS Nicodemus a sloop of war built in a single night at the top of the world Nevis wonders uneasily at its strange aura of power, its cannonballs of virgin brass…
      and its uncanny ability to glide swiftly through the waters without steam or sail. As great armies clash all around them, the mission of Lieutenant Nevis and the Nicodemus crew is shrouded in an impenetrable gray mist of magic and malevolence. For a fearsome adversary awaits on roiling waves an awesomely powerful vessel fueled by cruelty and terror; a demon raider driven by an insatiable lust…
      for blood.

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