|Coming April 2013.|
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1. In the spirit of The Maltese Falcon comes a DragonEye story like never before.Hitler believed the Lance of Longinus would help him conquer the world, but could never activate its power. Now, a modern-day Nazi with access to the Faerie would become the New Fuehrer—and destroy any race—Mundane or Faerie—that does not match the Aryan ideal.Vern, a Faerie dragon of diminished power, can stop him—but will he do it if it means sacrificing the life of his dearest friend?
2. Being a private detective in the border town of the Faerie and Mundane worlds isn’t easy, even for a dragon like Vern.A simple stake-out goes horribly wrong when Vern's partner, Sister Grace, gets shot with a poison dart--a dart, police say, meant to take down a dragon. A beautiful damsel in distress leads Vern on a path of lies and false hope. Meanwhile, evil men tempt Vern with a cure for Grace--in return for an artifact with the power to rule men. Can Vern find the artifact? Which will he sacrifice: the fate of two worlds or the life of his best friend?3. Being a private detective in the border town of the Faerie and Mundane worlds ain’t easy, even for a dragon like Vern. Nonetheless, when Vern’s partner Sister Grace gets hit by a poison dart meant for him, all bets are off! He takes the offer of a cure in return for finding an artifact with the power to rule mankind, while a beautiful damsel in distress leads him down a rosy path of false hope. Can Vern find the artifact, and will he sacrifice the fate of two worlds for the life of his best friend?