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  • Two miles west the cliff shrinks into ziggurat stairs of dark, iron-colored stone.

    Bird Cloud

  • She backed away from the door and looked up to where a wrinkled old woman with fuzzy, iron-colored hair was glaring down at her from two stories above.

    Highborn

  • White walls, a crappy table, cheap iron-colored chairs, and no windows.

    Sleepless

  • Cataldise Blackhorse was of ancient Cathran stock, a small person, deceptively mild in demeanor, rosy-cheeked and stout but with iron-colored eyes and a will to match.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • He glared at the iron-colored swells and saw in them the enemy he would spend his life battling, the enemy he could never vanquish.

    The Lightkeeper

  • The morning had dawned like all the others — a chill haze with the feeble sun behind it, iron-colored swells gathering muscle far offshore, then hurling themselves against the huddled sharp rocks of Cape Disappointment.

    The Lightkeeper

  • He shuddered as he looked long into the hard, iron-colored eyes of his SONG OF TIME determined king.

    Song of Time

  • Caris half shut his eyes, trying to block from his mind his immediate surroundings -- the dense, clinging fog and the iron-colored shapes of the looming stones -- trying to hear out beyond the far banks of the river.

    The Silicon Mage

  • The iron-colored earth was streaked with snow beneath a leaden sky.

    The Silicon Mage

  • She had never seen the woman with the iron-colored hair and kind brown eyes.

    Sweet Anger

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