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"New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal "and international best-selling" "phenomenon David Weber's legendary third entry in the Honor Harrington saga, now in a signed, leatherbound edition. Honor Harrington and the Royal Manticoran Navy take on the Peoples Republic of Haven. The families who rule the People's Republic of Haven are in trouble. The treasury's empty, the Proles are restless, and civil war is imminent. But the ruling class knows what they need to keep in power: a ''short victorious war'' to unite the people and fill the treasury once more. It's a card they've played often in the last half-century, always successfully, and all that stands in their way is the Star Kingdom of Manticore and its threadbare allies: enemies in the past who have always backed down. Only this time the Peeps face something different. This time they're up against Captain Honor Harrington and a Royal Manticoran Navy that's prepared to give them a war that's far from short--or victorious. About David Weber and the Honor Harrington series: ." . .everything you could want in a heroine .... Excellent ... plenty of action."-"Science Fiction Age" "Brilliant! Brilliant! Brilliant!"-Anne McCaffrey "Compelling combat combined with engaging characters for a great space opera adventure."-"Locus" "Weber combines realistic, engaging characters with intelligent technological projection . . . Fans of this venerable space opera will rejoice . . ."-"Publishers Weekly"