Warlock's Bar and Grille

Warlock's Bar and Grille

by Don Callander
     
 

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Abel Crochet, a warlock whose beloved witch-wife had poofed, was forced by the Martian Witches and Wizards Guild delegation to give up magic due to his terrible luck of destroying the things he tried to fix...like a whole planets' ecology. Even the great canals dried up!

The Planet Hepzibah was home to witches, warlocks, ghosts, goblins, demons, poltergeists,

Overview

Abel Crochet, a warlock whose beloved witch-wife had poofed, was forced by the Martian Witches and Wizards Guild delegation to give up magic due to his terrible luck of destroying the things he tried to fix...like a whole planets' ecology. Even the great canals dried up!

The Planet Hepzibah was home to witches, warlocks, ghosts, goblins, demons, poltergeists, necromancers, banshees, nightwalkers, and...well, you get the idea.

Trying to start a new life on Hepzibah, Abel bought the closed down, broken down Heartburn Haven and Taco Take-away, and with no small amount of shenanigans from local workmen, unions, and bump-in-the-night creatures, turned it into a Bar and Grill attempting to serve the best food and drink on the planet.

The adventure begins as Abel attempts to make a profit...and actually stay alive. Two goals that may end up being mutually exclusive.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781594262005
Publisher:
Mundania Press
Publication date:
03/25/2014
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

Meet the Author

Donald Bruce Callander
March 23, 1930 -- July 25, 2008

Don Callander was the best-selling author of the 'Mancer series and the Dragon Companion series. Don originally worked as a travel writer/photographer and graphic designer before retiring to start his writing.

Don was born in Minneapolis, brought up in Duluth, Minnesota, and graduated from high school there before enlisting in the U. S. Navy in 1947. After serving four years on active duty (including the Korean War) he transferred to the Naval Reserve where he served as a 'weekend warrior' for twenty additional years.

He settled in Washington, D.C., where he married, raised four children, and worked on the Washington Post newspaper and in National Headquarters of the American Automobile Association (40,000,000 members!) until his retirement in 1991.

During his retirement, Don lived in Florida and at the age of 62, began writing his bestselling fantasy books until he passed away in 2008.

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