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Dragonthology by G.L. Jackson
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Dragonthology

by G.L. Jackson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615772706, Paperback)

Enter the pages of the Dragonthology. No single story has ever been great enough to contain the mystical, wondrous creature known as the dragon. We assembled the greatest draconian tales and put them between the covers of a single tome to satisfy your hunger for everything dragon. Seven magnificent stories, ranging from science fiction to mystery, await you within. Seven stories from seven authors: G.L. Jackson, Jason Andrew, Marian Allen, Jay Wilburn, Troy Lambert, Sandra Graves, J.A. Campbell “Bold and unexpected! Every story in this new anthology took me someplace new, exciting and original. An eccentric and thrilling collection of seven dragon tales sure to please the already converted or turn a ‘meh’ dragon person like myself into a bona fide fan for life!!” ~ Rusty Fischer, author of Zombies Don’t Cry

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