Dragon's Eye by James A. Hetley
(Stone Fort)

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The island township of Stonefort, Maine, lies just about as far Down East as you can go without passing through Canadian customs. Through the centuries its inhabitants, descendants of native Naskeag Indians and Welsh refugees have lived an isolated existence. They include the Morgans, one-time pirates and now shadowy international criminals who live by two cardinal rules – protect the family and never foul your own nest. Kate Rowley, part-time town constable and odd-job specialist, is a high-school dropout who solves problems with her muscles and her fists. And Alice Haskell, EMT and emergency room nurse, doubles as the latest Haskell Witch, a Naskeag shaman with power over both whites and First People through her ties with the spirits of Stonefort's land and water. Now an outside power threatens the ancient balance – white and Indian alike, law and lawbreaker alike.
 

About James A. Hetley

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James A. Hetley is an architect and retired Kempo karate instructor who lives in Maine. He also served three years in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, and has worked such diverse jobs as electronics instructor, trash collector, and operating engineer in a refrigeration plant.
 
Published January 31, 2013 by TKA Distribution. 322 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Hetley keeps a few more strings hanging here than necessary, with far-flung subplots involving young Gary Morgan (at college and in love with a girl who has a dangerous past) and anthropologist Caroline Haskell (also at school, but called home to deal with the growing crisis).

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An unexceptional story that may appeal to teens and fans of contemporary magic and witchcraft.

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For generations, the Morgan family has lived in the town of Stonefort, Maine, a place where “[f]ew things…are exactly what they seem.” After his father's funeral, Gary Morgan receives a graveside visit from his uncle—a man who supposedly died over 20 years ago—and learns that his father is not de...

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It falls to Daniel's son Gary, his half sister Caroline and the Haskell witch to save everyone and destroy the sorcerer without getting killed.

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Legendary magic’s and ancient family bloodlines must overcome old animosities to defend themselves against a truly frightening adversary in this fantasy thriller.

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