Elwin and the Haunted Bridge

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Prince Elwin goes on another quest in command of two new recruits. As they travel toward the Haunted Bridge they become lost in the mountains.
Meanwhile, Filo the Fixer and his companion Buddie the Wortdog work to create a powered wagon, using the power of the great crystal in a smaller form.
Elwin and his patrol meet a caravan on a lonely road. This caravan is traveling back home to Wind City after a trading trip. Elwin meets Ruckles Bisque ...
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Overview

Prince Elwin goes on another quest in command of two new recruits. As they travel toward the Haunted Bridge they become lost in the mountains.
Meanwhile, Filo the Fixer and his companion Buddie the Wortdog work to create a powered wagon, using the power of the great crystal in a smaller form.
Elwin and his patrol meet a caravan on a lonely road. This caravan is traveling back home to Wind City after a trading trip. Elwin meets Ruckles Bisque and driver and his niece Lady Skylene. The caravan is attacked by a band of creatures called mudslingers. These creatures like to throw mudballs at caravans, to try to get them dirty. The creatures are driven off by one of the new recruites, who hits the mudballs back at the mudslingers. Elwin and his companions travel to the bridge, and overcome the old man, who disappears mysteriously, leaving in his place, all of the treasure that he has taken from past travelers. How can Elwin get this treasure to Squatland, so he can return the treasure to its rightful owners? Filo the Fixer arrives in the powered wagin and transports all to Squatland.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781412001748
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/9/2003
  • Pages: 64

Meet the Author



Bob is a product of the public schools of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and considers himself a late bloomer. After serving in the United States Army, and several forgettable jobs, he completed college at the age of 31, with a B.A. in Art Education. Bob has a Masters of Arts Degree in Educational Technology. He taught high school Arts and Crafts, and Speech/Theatre in California for 32 years before retiring in 1995. The author of several plays, one of which won national recognition from the Bravo Television channel, Bob is also an artist and painter with many awards for his work. He was selected "1992 San Diego County Teacher of the Year." Bob is also an amateur actor, regularily performing at his church.
Bob enjoys traveling and camping with his wife Marge and dog Tahoe. He sings in a barbershop quartet, and resides in the beautiful Valley of California.

Also by Bob Johnson:

The Squatland Chronicles: Book 1 - The Great Crystal
The Squatland Chronicles: Book 3 - The Mystery of Wind City
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