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The Golden Arrow and Other Tales

by Samantha Gillogly

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0986434507, Paperback)

A forsaken princess must leave her room for the first time in her life...
to rescue her father’s kingdom.

Three knights are bound to protect a city...
by satisfying a ravenous dragon’s thirst for blood.

An old widow’s handsome new companion never speaks...
but that’s the least mysterious thing about him.

An enchanted weapon bestows unlimited power upon the one who wields it...
but at a price.

In this debut collection of short fiction, Samantha Gillogly weaves a quartet of original tales from the threads of classic European fairy story tradition. Fresh with imagination, yet evoking a bygone era, The Golden Arrow and Other Tales enchants with new stories about timeless archetypes that feel as though they’ve always been with us.

(retrieved from Amazon Fri, 10 Jun 2016 08:07:24 -0400)

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