Witches, Knaves & Fairy Graves by Ron Randall
Getting through a day without being attacked by Fairy assassins, mages or demons was becoming a rarity for Dalton Graham. Today was no exception. Ever since he had faced down the youngest lord of House Temil, using magical powers he never knew he possessed, things had gone from bad to worse.
His college crush’s younger sister, Kitzu, had been abducted by a mysterious Fairy sorcerer, and Umi couldn’t accompany Dalt to try and rescue her, since she was now the Guardian of Kyoto, and bound to that place.
The Sensitive whose help he was relying on to discover the identity of the kidnapper, was in a city whose magical adepts were being slaughtered by a creature hell-bent on harvesting their organs. Add in a Filipina siren with powers which were barely under control, a British mage with sticky fingers, and a witch with a demon on her string and you have all the ingredients to make Dalt’s worst day ever.
If you love the worldbuilding of Brandon Sanderson, the passion and intrigue of Sarah Maas, or the action and humor of a Jim Butcher or Kevin Hearne, you are in for a treat. Clear your calendar, slip into your comfy clothes, turn off your phone and revel in the fantasy for a weekend. Immerse yourself in the Magic!
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Better known for being an awesome father, devoted husband, impassioned employee, and candidly, being way too impressed with himself; Ron Randall has been in love with words from a very early age.
He whiled away entire seasons exploring the worlds of Tolkien, Donaldson, Kurtz, Eddings, Anthony, Aspirin, Resnick, Silverberg, Harrison and too many more legends of the genre to count. When he first put pen to paper, however, it was creating intelligence studies for US military and political leaders, when US troops were getting deployed to hot spots around the globe.
When not spending time with his family he enjoys reading, writing, movies, music, travel and the company of other smart-asses.
He was born in California, raised in Michigan, served his country as an intelligence analyst in the US Army, attended college at San Diego State, and somehow, after all that, found himself a Hoosier, and decided he liked it. Must be something about corn and cows…