About the Author:
Pat Frayne, a native of Philadelphia, is a grandmother, writer, and retired registered nurse. She lives in a small town in Northern Arizona with her husband, Ron and their adopted black lab, Charlie. Pat writes fast-paced adventure mysteries about an unusual cat with unique magical powers. Although written for entertainment, there is a strong emphasis on the value of friendship and loyalty. Her books are enjoyed by parents, grandparents, and children alike.
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VideosTopaz and the Plum-Gista Stone
Anxious to find out what evil sickness has befallen his old friend, Otis. Topaz, Dooley, and Daisy take the great owl to the Healing Gnomes at North Fortress. Unfortunately, grim circumstances force Topaz and his raccoon friend, Dooley, to look elsewhere for a cure. Their journey takes them to a mysterious forbidden land where they are faced with life-threatening dangers and dark magical forces. Here, nothing is as it seems.
Topaz and the Plum-Gista Stone
By Pat Frayne
Published: November 29, 2012.
Topaz must find out what evil sickness has befallen his old friend, Otis, the great owl. With the help of his companions, Daisy and Dooley, Topaz takes Otis to the Healing Gnomes at North Fortress. He believes the Gnomes will have the answer. As for Topaz and his raccoon friend, Dooley, their journey doesn't end here.
Topaz and the Evil Wizard
(4.33 from 6 reviews)
By Pat Frayne
Published: October 31, 2011.
Fairy and Elf children have been disappearing from the peaceful Kingdom of Knownotten. Topaz, an unusual cat with special conjure powers is determined to find out why. He's joined by friends who want to help him solve the mystery. But it's up to the big cat alone to learn how to use his untested abilities to protect the future of the kingdom and its inhabitants from harm.
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- The Adventures of Chris Mouse
on Jan. 30, 2012
This heartwarming holiday tale is just the right length for a young child's bedtime story.
Pat Frayne www.talesoftopaz.com