The Mister Trophy by Frank Tuttle
(The Markhat Files)

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Synopsis

A troll’s missing head could cause Markhat to lose his own.

A Markhat story.

All the finder Markhat wanted was a beer at Eddie’s. Instead he gets a case that will bring him face to fang with crazed, blood-craving halfdead, a trio of vengeful Troll warriors, and Mama Hog’s backstreet magic. Plus, the possible resurgence of the Troll War.

All right in his own none-too-quiet neighborhood.

Through the town of Rannit’s narrow alleys and mean streets, Markhat tries to stay one step ahead of disaster. And ignore Mama Hog’s dire warnings that this time, the head that rolls could be his own.

This book has been previously published and has been revised and expanded from its original release.

 

About Frank Tuttle

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Frank Tuttle was once introduced at a book signing as 'a living author', which saved him the trouble of taking his own pulse. Frank lives and works in Oxford, Mississippi, former home to famed Southern writer William Faulkner, who even now haunts Frank as he writes by leaning close and whispering disparaging comments about semi-colon use in Frank's ear. Fantasy with equal doses of horror and humor is Frank's fiction of choice, with occasional forays into lighter fare aimed at younger readers. "The Banshee's Walk" is Frank's fifth published book.
 
Published August 26, 2008 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 59 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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