For anyone who isn't familiar with him, Charles R. Saunders is one of the great unsung figures of modern sword and sorcery.
Probably best known for his Imaro books - which use a mythic Africa as their setting (rather than the usual Medieval Europe) - were groundbreaking in terms of their impact within S&S, if only due to the fact that their hero is African (as indeed are all the other characters).
First published in the 1980's by DAW, the series comprised of 3 books: Imaro, Imaro 2 - The Quest for Cush & Imaro 3 - The Trail of Bohu. Despite their brillance and innovation, the series faltered somewhat and a planned fourth book never emerged. A few years ago, Nightshade Books re-released the first two books in the series, but once again the series faltered.
It's been a long wait for some (less so for folks like me who only discovered Imaro relatively recently) but at last Imaro 4 - The Naama War is here.
Released under his own Sword and Soul Media, Charles R. Saunders Imaro 4 - The Naama War is now available from Lulu.