Author Reading (March 2009)
Richard Baker: Corsair
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In this episode Richard Baker, Forgotten Realms author, returned to our studio to read a select passage from his most recent novel, Corsair. Second book in the Blades of the Moonsea series, Corsair continues the exploits of Geran Hulmaster several years after the events of Swordmage.
Kamoth Kastelmar, Lord of the Black Moon
He was a sadistic young lord who charmed his way into the marrying the Harmach of Hulburg’s sister before he was exiled for conspiring against his new brother-and-law.
Now he is Captain of the Kraken Queen, High Captain of the Black Moon Corsairs—a ruthless pirate fleet that scours the Moonsea, raping, pillaging, and burning wherever they go.
He was willing to let bygones be bygones, but when the Harmach of Hulburg arms a warship to thwart his piracy, he starts taking their actions against him personally.
It’s time to teach the harmach a lesson in respect.
It’s time to raze Hulburg.
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