Tales of the MERC Part Two: A Deadly Introduction

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Click expected her future mother-in-law to be difficult. She did not realize how difficult, however, until Malice dragged her from the small cafe' where she and Hari had been having lunch. Upon reaching the tavern that was their destination, Click found at once that Malice was less ferocious than her fear made her, but more terrifying than she ever dreamed. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Dark
  • Words: 12,700
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780463951149
About Mike Eschbach

I would describe myself as unassuming. I'm the 4th of 5 kids, a Penn State grad, a U.S. Navy vet and an entrepreneur. I've been married since 2002 and just recently I turned fifty years old.

I've been writing fiction informally since I was ten years old. I've outlined and written down ideas for stories in several different genres. It is only as I've gotten older that I've tried to take a stab at actually writing in effort to get published.

I've written in a number of different fictional styles including retrospectives, faith based stories and humor. Right now my efforts are focused on world building in a military fantasy setting.

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Tab Rasa reviewed on on May 2, 2019

The installments are not coming fast enough.

In the second installment of the series, we find out more about Malice and Stout. Under the guise of Malice getting to know her son's intended, she tells of her own unorthodox courtship with Stout. It is a perfect venue for learning much of the background history of the land and (hopefully!) foreshadows what Hari will be facing in the future.
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