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Cover art by Alex Raspad.

The talented Oksana Dmitrienko did three superb interior illustrations for THE TESTAMENT OF TALL EAGLE, and here they are for your viewing pleasure. Each image illustrates a key scene from the book, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. Oksana’s work has a real classic illustration feel to it. These images would have been right at home in a pulp magazine from the early 20th Century. (Click images to enlarge.)

Big thanks to Ragnarok Publications for going the extra mile on the artwork for TALL EAGLE. This is going to be one gorgeous volume inside and out.

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“A second mountain sat atop the first. Yet the second mountain was made of glowing gold, beaded with shimmering crystals set in weird designs. The second mountain had been carved into slim, pointed spires like tremendous teepees of gold.”

 

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“Like a vast centipede it crawled on dozens of segmented, pointed legs depending from its slug-like body. It was longer than eight horses standing nose-to-flank in a row. A great, stinking worm. It had crawled into our camp, and grabbed Bear Killer in its mouth.”

 

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“Some grave battle wound had deadened the eye and torn away part of the face. A gleam of white bone showed below the left temple, surrounded by a furrow of pink, raw flesh. Despite this disfigurement, despite the bone-white eye and the mouth twisted into a grimace of hatred, I knew that face better than any living man’s.”

 THE TESTAMENT OF TALL EAGLE will be flying your way in June.