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Category: hmourous omnibus
Publisher: Orbit, published
ISBN: 1841492671, Paperback, 688 pages
Size: 12.7 x 4.4 x 19.7 cm

This Tom Holt omnibus contains the novels Overtime and Grailblazers

Book synopsis (The back of the book says)

Two of Tom Holt's best-loved tales are brought together in this omnibus edition. In Overtime, it all started for Guy Goodlet somewhere over Caen. One moment he was heading for the relative safety of the coast, aware that fuel was low and that the Mosquito had more than a few bullet holes in it. The next, his co-pilot was asking to be dropped off. This would have been odd if Peter had still been alive. Since he was dead, it was downright worrying. In Grailblazers, 1,500 years have passed and the Grail is still missing, presumed ineffable; the Knights have dumped the Quest and now deliver pizzas; the sinister financial services industry of the lost kingdom of Atlantis threatens the universe with fiscal Armageddon; while in the background lurks the dark, brooding, red-caped presence of Father Christmas.

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`He has has been an evil man and ours and the world's enemy, but in
 Valhalla all earthly enmities are put aside, for all who go there, so
 it is said, are soon united in common hatred of the catering staff.'
(Tom Holt, "Who's Afraid of Beowulf?")
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