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Summary

The king’s watch needs you....

Because there’s a Dragon on the loose.
Conrad Clarke is ready to claim his reward. He’s saved the girl, so surely he can rest on his laurels? Just a bit?
Not a chance.
First, he has to pass a new test. A magickal test. And then there’s a missing Dragon’s egg to investigate....
Even with a new partner, Conrad is soon in deep trouble. Deep Dragon-shaped trouble.
It’s time to use his secret weapons: Charm and humor. Armed with them, who needs a fire-resistance spell?
Dragons? Bring them on....
Treat yourself to another of Conrad’s adventures in the mad world of magick and get ready for the ride. It’s going to be a hot one....

©2017 Mark Hayden and Paw Press (P)2020 Mark Hayden and Paw Press

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  • 13-11-20

Squadron Leader Clarke returns!

In a way, this is the second half of "The Thirteenth Witch," but it's a testament to the author's skill that either book is excellent as a stand alone work. They are each complete stories with satisfying endings. In this book, the story picks up with Conrad Clarke having finished his entrance test as it were, and starting as an official member of the King's Watch. We meet up again with Lord Mayor of Moles, Vicky, the Boss, Mina, and others, as Clarke has to deal with new developments in the world of magik. These are great stories in the written form, but Ciaran Saward's voice really brings them alive.

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