WRIGHT, Helen S.
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   UK writer whose A Matter of Oaths (1988) engagingly presents a familiar sf character - the amnesiac protagonist who experiences flashback hints of a destiny larger than any of those around him dare contemplate - within a cogently described post- CYBERPUNK frame dominated by The Guild of Webbers, starship pilots who mediate between complex interstellar empires.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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