By Terry C. Johnston
Compelled to function a Yankee after his catch at Pea Ridge, accomplice soldier Jonah Hook returns from the struggle to discover his Missouri farm in shambles. Reprint. okay.
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Spilf asked. “I was able to see an outline of them somehow. I can’t explain it” The magical darkness had disappeared, and down the new corridor was an iron door twice the average human size. Ancient and mysterious, the shadowed entryway loomed before them. Cautiously, the three adventurers approached. ” He brought out his rusty picks once again and inspected the locking mechanism. ” Spilf then pulled open the great iron door with surprising ease. Almost too easy, they all thought, as it glided with little effort.
His hands were released by the unseen force and he moved off of the chair to kneel. “I accept your worship. ” The human lifted his head and stood. ” “Anything,” Manasseh said. “Good. You will capture an Ordakian for my pleasure. This creature was last seen in Gathford. He travels with another of his race, and a Dwarf. I only need the blonde one. When you have retrieved him, call upon me and I will hear you. ” “Yes, my Lord. ” A smooth stone, cradled in gold and attached to a leather strap, appeared magically around Manasseh’s neck.
He stood and glared toward his sleeping haven. A silhouette of a hand brushed along the silk. Angry with the intrusion and the defiance, he strode to the bedside and pulled the draping away, “I will have you flogged—” He stopped short when he found it empty. A strange garbled whisper echoed behind him, and he swung around with a summoned dagger now in his hand. The King could sense a presence of someone in the room. A chill encompassed his exposed chest and arms. ” he called. 41 Instantly, two men in black armor with red painted shoulders burst through the double doors.
Cry of the Hawk (Jonas Hook, Book 1) by Terry C. Johnston