Path of the Eclipse by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
A Novel of the Count Saint-Germain (St. Germain)

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The willow bends and does not break, but the wind that blows from the west has a name...and that name is Khan--Jenghiz Khan.  It is to the north of ancient China where lies the greatest danger and no one is safe, especially foreigners.The man known to the Chinese people as Shih Ghieh-Man faces the greatest danger.  He is an enigma--a man of strength with no perceivable vices.  To survive the coming storm, he allies himself with the beautiful T'en Chih-Yu, a woman warrior desperate to save her people from the Mongol horde.But the man who offers his help has another, older name-and a terrible secret.  For he is the Count St. Germain...and the greatest gift he can bestow can be bought with blood...or death.

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About Chelsea Quinn Yarbro

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CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO has been nominated for the Edgar, the World Fantasy, and the Bram Stoker Awards. She has been named a Grand Master of the World Horror Convention and a Living Legend by the International Horror Guild. Author of many novels of horror, dark fantasy, mystery, and more, Yarbro lives in Berkeley, California. 
Published July 15, 1989 by Tor Books. 457 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fourth in the Count de Saint-Germain series of historical sex/blood/horror novels—as the immortal vampire now resists Jenghis Khan and his Mongol hordes in their conquest of the Far East.

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