The Mystical Tree

Three Children venture into the forest that surrounds their grandmothers mountain cabin, when they discover a 400 year old secret.This tale of fantasy and magic introduces a world of adventure that will delight and entertain as you are introduced to Sammy, a delightful baby dragon, and his caretaker, Misty. More

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About Dan Fenton

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Born in 1947, just after world war II, in a suburb just outside of Saint Louis Missouri Called Saint Ann, Dan became the third child of the Fenton clan. His siblings looked nothing like him and probably for good reason. It was an era just the emerged from the great depression, when jobs were becoming more plentiful. None the less his family was struggling to get by. A sixth grade education didn't lend itself to making a good living and driving a cable car for the city just didn't pay his father that much. It wasn't long before running from the law took the family to the west, were Dan was to grow up.
Graduating from Rio Grande High School in 1967, Dan attended classes at Technical Vocational Institute, University of New Mexico, Santa Anna College and The University of Phoenix. He would never obtain his degree, yet After extensive training in the computer industry by Wang laboratories, Redactron Corporation, Digital Equipment Corporation and Compaq Computer Corporation, Dan ended up retiring from a Field Engineering position at Hewlett Packard while servicing computer systems in England and Germany.

He began writing his book in 1985 only to put it aside after a brief beginning. In August 1989, his best friend encouraged Dan to finish writing his book, and the very next day his best friend was murdered. It wasn't until 2005 that Dan decided to revive his manuscript in an attempt to honor his friends request and to find closure to his death. A twisted tale of love, romance and murder emerges that will not only shock, but cause the reader to sob and laugh at times.

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