Deborah Cannon was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is the prolific and acclaimed author of four novels in the series The Raven Chronicles, and related, linked short stories in the sub-series Tales of the Raven.
Her archaeology conspiracy thrillers were mentioned in a recent study on popular culture alongside treasure hunters Indiana Jones and Lara Croft, and praised by award-winning author T.J. MacGregor.
Her first e-book, Petroglyphs hit #2 on the science fiction bestseller list at Fictionwise (www.fictionwise.com) in 2004. The three stories in this collection were published by Far Sector SFFH, at the time the world's oldest professional online magazine of dark speculative fiction.
She has contributed to the Canadian Writer's Guide, as well the writer's web sites Absolute Write (www.absolutewrite.com) and Suite101 (www.suite101.com ).
She is author of the bestselling archaeological manual Marine Fish Osteology: A Manual For Archaeologists.
She has also written an epic fantasy with elements of classical Chinese opera updated for Western readers, as well as a Young Adult pirate adventure series kicking off with The Pirate Vortex: Elizabeth Latimer, Pirate Hunter.
Tales of the Raven
by Deborah Cannon
Approx. 10,570 words.
Published on November 5, 2011 by
Tales of the Raven (three long, linked stories) is a subset of a series of novels and tales by acclaimed author Deborah Cannon, whose overall series title is The Raven Chronicles.
The Raven is a shaman or sorcerer living among the Northwest Coast people of North America (U.S. and Canada) thousands of years ago, but his magic transcends time and space to touch our world today as well as his own.
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