Eye of Truth

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
After ten years at war, Jev Dharrow looks forward to hanging up his sword, relaxing with a cool mug of ale, and forgetting that the love of his life married another man while he was gone. But when his ship sails into port, a beautiful woman wearing the garb of an inquisitor from one of the religious orders waits to arrest him. More
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About Lindsay Buroker

Lindsay is a full-time independent fantasy author who loves travel, hiking, tennis, and vizslas.

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About the Series: Agents of the Crown
Orphaned at a young age, Zenia Cham has fought and scraped her way into a position of honor as an inquisitor for one of the city's temples. But an even greater destiny awaits. Impressed by her deeds, the king offers her a prestigious position as one of his elite Agents of the Crown.

The missions will be dangerous, and she’s not sure she wants the partner she’s being assigned—a cocky noble lord from a wealthy estate—but she has the opportunity to distinguish herself as she serves not only the city but the entire Kingdom.

How could she say no?

There’s just one problem. The king gives her a mysterious dragon tear that’s nothing like the other magical gems she’s seen. She may need its power to stay alive in this perilous new job, but dare she rely upon it?

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Reviews of Eye of Truth by Lindsay Buroker

erwin game reviewed on March 5, 2022
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I like the fantasy stories offered.
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Lee Willard reviewed on July 1, 2021

A war with the Elves has just ended and the main character has come home to face arrest after being accused of stealing a valuable magical artifact. The story is a fantasy, no hint of science anywhere, and mainly a mystery but with a few violent episodes. There are plenty of twists but when the villain is identified, it's not totally unexpected. The only small imperfection, some of the characters sometimes seem deliberately obtuse when that will lead to a more exciting event later on.

This seems to be on the same planet as her other stories that I've read so far, but in a different region with a slightly different culture, feudal but with steam age technology. If so, I think that's a good thing, too many authors have planets that are about as big as a small town in the midwest. The Elves in this have much in common with those of most authors, more warlike than my own in modern times, but with much in common. There is attraction in the story, but no actual sex. All in all, another as good as all the others of hers that I've read, one of the best pros in this space.
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Robin Bell reviewed on May 2, 2021

This is a thoroughly enjoyable book in true Lindsay Buroker style . It is an interesting fantasy story with a fiesty heroine , witty repartee and seasoned with love
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