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0316076395 03 02 0316076392 03 9780316076395 15 9780316076395 14 09780316076395 01 BC <b202>01</b202> <b203>Stealing Fire</b203> A01 Graham, Jo 01 eng 336 FIC009000 10 FIC009030 10 FIC014000 01 01 Alexander the Great's soldier, Lydias of Miletus, has survived the final campaigns of the king's life. He now has to deal with the chaos surrounding his death. Lydias throws his lot in with Ptolemy, one of Alexander's generals who has grabbed Egypt as his personal territory. Aided by the eunuch Bagoas, the Persian archer Artashir, and the Athenian courtesan Thais, Ptolemy and Lydias must take on all the contenders in a desperate adventure whose prize is the fate of a white city by the sea, and Alexander's legacy.]]

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Alexander, -- the Great, -- 356-323 B.C. -- Fiction.
Egypt -- History -- To 332 B.C. -- Fiction.