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Flag in Exile


HONOR HARRINGTON MUST DIE

Hounded into retirement and disgrace by political enemies, cut to the heart by the murder of the man she loved, and bereft of confidence in herself and her abilities, Captain Honor Harrington has retreated to the planet Grayson to take up her role as Steadholder while she tries to heal her bitter wounds.


But the People's Republic of Haven is rising from defeat to threaten Grayson anew, and the newborn Grayson Navy needs her experience desperately. It's a call Honor cannot refuse, yet even as she once more accepts the duty whose challenges she fears she can no longer meet, powerful men who hate and fear the changes she's brought to their world are determined to reverse them. They have a plan ... and for it to succeed Honor Harrington must die.


Two irresistible forces are rushing together to crush Grayson between them, and only one woman uncertain of her capabilities, weary unto death, and marked for murder-stands between her adopted planet and its devastation.


Cover art by David Mattingly


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This is a work of fiction. All the characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental.


First printing, March 2001


Distributed by Simon & Schuster
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New York, NY 10020


Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Weber, David, 1952-


Flag in exile / David Weber.
p. cm.
At head of title: Honor Harrington.
ISBN 0-7434-3575-3
1. Harrington, Honor (Fictitious character)—Fiction. I. Title.


PS3573.E217 F57 2001
813'.54—dc21 00-066770


Production by Windhaven Press, Auburn, NH
Printed in the United States of America


ISBN-13: 978-0-7434-3575-8
ISBN-10: 0-7434-3575-3

Copyright© 1995 by David Weber


All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form.


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To Roger Zelazny—
A gentleman, a scholar, a story-teller,
and a friend I didn't know long enough.

 

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