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A time-traveling stone appears, along with a villain.
Many Dimensions is one of the most enjoyable of Williams' novels. It's got magic, drama, time travel, commerce, a romp through an English village, and of course, Serious People discussing the Concept of Justice.
The plot moves quickly: nasty rich collector Giles Tumulty has somehow acquired the Stone of Suleimon and brought it to London, where he discovers that it allows one to travel through space and time. His brother-in-law Lord Chief Justice Arglay and Arglay's secretary Chloe Burnett get involved, and then so does everybody else, and that's just in the first few chapters.
The Williams Library editions are hardbound, with cloth covers and foil stamping on the covers.
Inside, you'll find modern typography in the best bookmaking tradition. Printed in pure black with bright spot colors.
They're sized right in the sweet spot: easy in the hand but a respectable presence on the bookshelf.
AND! All proceeds from sales go directly to printing costs for the next books in the series - and so on, until we've republished all seven novels.