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Post by Astrodene Mon 08 Sep 2008, 10:57

I haven't read this series but it seems to be set in the early 1900's when steam was starting to have an impact. Also I think the lead character is possibly a merchant seaman. Therefore they are probably not strictly within the genre but they could be an interesting read.

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