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Necromancer Candle, The: And Two Additional Tales of Contemporary Fantasy Randy McCharles

Necromancer Candle, The: And Two Additional Tales of Contemporary Fantasy

Randy McCharles

Published July 31st 2014
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Kindle Edition
204 pages
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A collection of three new novellas by Canadian Speculative Fiction author Randy McCharles.The collection includes:The Necromancer CandleCassidy’s family has a secret. An ancient, ugly candle passed down through the generations until it is hasMoreA collection of three new novellas by Canadian Speculative Fiction author Randy McCharles.The collection includes:The Necromancer CandleCassidy’s family has a secret. An ancient, ugly candle passed down through the generations until it is has been all but forgotten. But now someone is looking for it, or so Cassidy thinks. A victim of terminal brain cancer, Cassidy no longer trusts what she sees. But real or imagined, the upheaval of Cassidy’s life is moving quickly toward an end where Cassidy’ greatest wish is to die on her own terms. But is that long enough to solve the mystery of the necromancer candle?Full HouseWhen Jonas loses his job on the same day a neighbor is murdered, he finds his days at home more challenging yet rewarding than he ever imagined. Against a backdrop of healing family relationships and expounding upon life with his poker buddies, Jonas finds himself pressured to solve the murder. But the more he learns, the more Jonas sees that this is no simple murder, but a mystery that has spanned centuries.Merlin’s SilverJoan gets more than she bargained for when she buys an expensive tea service at auction to shake up a lackluster marriage. It seems the tea service is sought by black magicians who will stop at nothing to get it, with only a peculiar little man named Odds Bodkins standing in their way. But who can Joan trust? The mysterious voice on the phone offering to buy the tea service? Her best friend Sally who offers to take it off her hands? Or Odds Bodkins, whose designs grow more unfathomable by the hour?