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Old 03-17-2013, 10:54 AM   #15955
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Just finished "Winning Colors", the 3rd book in the Heris Serrano series by Elizabeth Moon. This book is essentially the third part of a trilogy which began with "Hunting Party" and continued with "Sporting Chance". Very enjoyable SF. This continues my goal of reading more of the very early Baen books I've bought; this one dates from the late '90s.

Back to Inspector Alleyn now, with "When in Rome", the 26th book in Ngaio Marsh's long-running series.
There are 4 more books in the Familias Regnant Universe. The next two focus on Esmay Suiza and the last two on both Herris Serrano and Esmay Suiza.
Once A Hero
Rules of Engagement
Baen had these two as an Omnibus. The Serrano Connection October 2008 Baen Omnibus Edition

Change of Command
Against the Odds
The Serrano Succession: Omnibus contains these two, but is not a Baen Offering.

I am currently reading Death at the Crossroad by Dale Furutani. It is the first of his Samurai Mystery Trilogy. If I like it I will pick up the other two.
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