There Shouldn't Be Elves In Hammertown

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In the small dwarven city of Hammertown, far from the front lines of the war between elves and the rest of the civilized world, Private Investigator Sebastion Locke has discovered a dirty little elven secret. A secret that could turn the tide of the war. If it doesn't destroy him and his beloved city first! More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 9,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301758296
About Stephen Dorning

In the latter months of the year 2010, a writing competition was held in the Blount County, and surrounding areas, of Alabama. The winner of this competition was to have his or her book published through Fifth Estate Publishing, a small company that prints authors by invitation only. Stephen Dorning won that competition with his first book ‘Stars of the Kanri’, a story that was a strange mixture of faith and science fiction. Since then, Stephen has published a sequel to Stars with ‘Spheres of the Ryk-tar’ and is currently working on his third story set in the same world. He has also been recently featured in Imagicopter’s steampunk anthology, ‘Clockwork Spells & Magical Bells’ printed by Kerlak Publishing. Stephen was born and raised in the rural area of Blountsville, Alabama, where he lives with his wife, Vicki and their four children. He attends Mount Tabor Baptist Church and currently teaches the Young Adult class. You can find more info on his work at www.heavymetalcowboy.com, and at www.facebook.com/dorningbooks

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Review by: David H. Keith on Nov. 11, 2012 :
An engaging story, this. I must admit I was a bit taken aback at elves being the antagonists - I've read too much Tolkien, I suppose. Nonetheless, I was pleasantly surprised at Dorning's narrative. He weaves an easy-to-read yet intriguing story. I heartily recommend this tale and look forward to more.

David H. Keith
www.novemberfirstpublications.weebly.com
www.davidkeith1.blogspot.com
(review of free book)

Review by: Kathryn C. Lang on Nov. 03, 2012 :
I enjoyed this story and hope that there are many more on their way. I found the characters fun, intriguing and the story line easy to fall into.

My only regret was that there was not more!
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