Michael Tinker Pearce
Michael Tinker Pearce and Linda Pearce are a husband-and-wife writing team that live in Seatttle, Wa. They wrote the Foreworld Novellas 'The Shield Maiden' & 'Tyr's Hammer' They have recently finished their first novel, 'Diaries of a Dwarven Rifleman.' They are currently working on numerous projects including the next novel in the Dwarven Rifleman Series.
Michael 'Tinker' Pearce got the nickname 'Tinker' in the 1980's when he was at various times a soldier, college student, a bodyguard, a private investigator, a meat-carver at a restaurant, a police officer, an illustrator, heavy equipment operator, cover-copy writer, outlaw road-racer, Drill Instructor Candidate, receptionist, executive assistant to the heads of corporate banking at Citycorps, Tobacconist, courier for a currency exchange etc.
He finally settled down to become a knife and sword maker, specializing in the blades of medieval Europe and the Viking Era. He is the author of 'The Medieval Sword in the Modern World,' and the designer of the CAS/Hanwei Tinker Line of medieval swords and trainers. He is a trained theatrical fighter and choreographer, and a student of Historic European Martial Arts.
Linda S. Pearce has worked extensively with at-risk youth and in the field of dog, cat and horse rescue. She has been employed as a project coordinator and in the field of IT for nearly thirty years. She has trained as a theatrical sword fighter with the Seattle Knights. Her interests include reading, particularly fantasy and detective fiction, horseback riding, target shooting and her pets.
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What Happens in Dubai
by Michael Tinker Pearce
Special Forces operators must stop terrorist from detonating a thermonuclear weapon in a major city. The problem is that the terrorists are perched high in one of the world's tallest buildings. If they fail millions will die and the heart will be ripped out of the Middle East's economy. But the SF troops have an ace up their sleeves... (Short Story)
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