The Wolf of Winter by Paula Volsky

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Passed over for a key position at court, bookish Prince Varis retreats to a family stronghold in the mountains, where a madman introduces him to the forbidden art of necromancy.

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Born & raised in Fanwood, New Jersey, Paula Volsky majored in English literature at Vassar, then traveled to England to complete an M.A. in Shakespearean studies at the University of Birmingham. She has returned to New Jersey with her collection of Victoriana.
Published January 1, 1993 by Bantam 1993/93. 357 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Becoming accustomed to wielding power, and as a side- effect of the drugs, Varis decides to become Ulor himself, and, using his forbidden arts, coerces ghosts into disposing of both his elder brothers and the current Ulor's children.

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