Lancour, Gene

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Working name of Gene Louis Fisher (1947-    ), US author of the Sword-and-Sorcery Dirshan, the God-Killer sequence featuring a barbarian warrior strenuously in the service of a goddess: The Lerios Mecca (1973), The War Machines of Kalinth (1977), Sword for the Empire (1978) and The Maneaters of Cascalon (1979). Lancour's next book was sf: The Globes of Llarum (1980) puts a mercenary on the side of rebel independents against a giant corporation on a frontier planet; complications routinely ensue. [PN]

Gene Louis Fisher

born Chicago, Illinois: 15 June 1947

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Dirshan, the God-Killer

  • The Lerios Mecca (Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, 1973) [Dirshan, the God-Killer: hb/Steve Marcesi]
  • The War Machines of Kalinth (Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, 1977) [Dirshan, the God-Killer: hb/Steve Marcesi]
  • Sword for the Empire (Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, 1978) [Dirshan, the God-Killer: hb/Steve Marcesi]
  • The Maneaters of Cascalon (Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, 1979) [Dirshan, the God-Killer: hb/Steve Marcesi]

Tales of the Waste

  • Orph the Inimitable (Scotts Valley, California: CreateSpace, 2015) [Tales of the Waste: pb/]
  • The Perils of Puryas (Scotts Valley, California: CreateSpace, 2015) [Tales of the Waste: pb/]
  • The Emralds of Ruerc (Scotts Valley, California: CreateSpace, 2015) ["Emralds" thus spelt: Tales of the Waste: pb/]
  • The Belt of Aldia (Scotts Valley, California: CreateSpace, 2015) [Tales of the Waste: pb/]
  • Remnant of Empire (Scotts Valley, California: CreateSpace, 2015) [Tales of the Waste: pb/]

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