Drynn

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Harlequin, Feb 18, 2013 - Fiction
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Book one of Last of the Shardyn

Montana police chief Skip Walkins is hot on the trail of a murder suspect when he witnesses a drifter free the Lord of the Underworld. Seventeen years ago, five knights from Earth's magical twin, Theia, entombed Asmodeous the Pale, Lord of the Drynn, in Skip's town. Now that the dark god is free again, he's anxious to get back home and finish the war he began…to enslave all life. It begins with killing the knights who trapped him.

Deprived of their magic, the knights fight back using whatever they can get their hands on, from samurai swords to assault rifles. Skip gets reluctantly drawn in to their struggle while Donovan Smith, the demi-god murderer whom Skip was after in the first place, plots to find the Lord of the Underworld and butcher him on his own.

Together, these unlikely heroes might just save the world. If they don't kill each other first.

91,000 words

"Reads like vintage Dean Koontz—fast-paced and suspenseful."
—DD Barant, author of THE BLOODHOUND FILES series

 

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
23
Section 3
51
Section 4
65
Section 5
69
Section 6
77
Section 7
90
Section 8
101
Section 20
193
Section 21
204
Section 22
215
Section 23
217
Section 24
229
Section 25
253
Section 26
258
Section 27
266

Section 9
113
Section 10
119
Section 11
128
Section 12
131
Section 13
136
Section 14
148
Section 15
159
Section 16
166
Section 17
173
Section 18
185
Section 19
188
Section 28
268
Section 29
284
Section 30
299
Section 31
308
Section 32
317
Section 33
329
Section 34
353
Section 35
362
Section 36
374
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Afflicted with wanderlust at the age of seventeen, Steve has lived in seven states, served briefly in the U.S. Air Force as a Pararescue Trainee and has a profound aversion to mint chocolate chip ice cream.  Steve currently straddles two worlds--Elmwood, CT, and Sunnyside, NYC. He has a great, fat, good-for-nothing but entirely loveable planet of a cat, Jeter--who is a welcome distraction, most of the time.

www.stevewvera.com

 

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