Waiting on Wednesday: Spymaster by Margaret Weis & Robert Krammes

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill over at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

Spymaster by Margaret Weis & Robert Krammes
Expected publication: March 21st 2017 by Tor Books

A bold new swashbuckling fantasy adventure set in the land of the exciting Dragon Brigade trilogy.

Politics, court intrigue, and piracy combine in this gripping fantasy adventure. On a world already riven by the ancient hatred between the Rosian and Freyan empires, privateers of each nation have long preyed on the ships of the other. What few realize is that a sinister cabal controlled by a rogue dragon is not only behind this piracy, but is organizing criminal enterprises all over the world.

As one privateer and her dragon corsairs try to keep their enterprise afloat, they are caught up in a conspiracy hatched by the cabal . . . and threatened by a mysterious magic crafter who works in the shadows.

Freya, in turmoil because of the accidental death of the heir to the throne, is also deeply in debt. Sir Henry Wallace, their master spy, is charged with replenishing the treasury by inviting dragons from Travia to make Freya their home—a decision that will have disastrous consequences for everyone involved.

In a riveting novel of pulse-pounding suspense, the ruthless conspiracy of humans and dragons plots against Sir Henry and the Dragon Corsairs.. And waiting in the wings, planning to throw everything in turmoil, is a young man known as Prince Tom, who claims to be Freya's true and rightful king.

Swashbuckling fantasy from Weis and Krammes? Count me in - happy to have a new series to look forward to.


  1. Confession. I may be the only fantasy reader around who has never read a book by Weis. I missed Dragonlance completely.

    1. She was my entry into the genre - I read Dragonlance, Conan, and Elric long before Tolkien.

  2. Sounds like a good read. I like the art on the cover. Hope you love this one!

  3. Weis and a new fantasy? I actually might take this opportunity to jump on board too, I've wanted to try her work for a long time.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

  4. I am not familiar with Weis but I do like the sound and look of this. Thanks for featuring on Waiting on Wednesday.


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