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About the author:
Over the past thirty years, Stephen D. Sullivan has worked as an author, illustrator, and editor for game makers, comic companies, and book publishers. The properties he's worked on include D&D, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Simpsons "Treehouse of Horrors," Star Wars, Dragonlance, Iron Man, Fantastic 4, the Tolkien RPG, Speed Racer, Solar: Man of the Atom, Darkwing Duck, Elektra, Rescue Rangers, Thunderbirds, The Twilight Empire, and the Blue Kingdoms, among others.
Steve is the author of more than 30 published books and has contributed to numerous short story collections. For years he was the main ghost-writer for a well-known boys' mystery/adventure series. In addition to his original work, he's written numerous novelizations for movies and TV properties. Steve has won two Origins Awards-the gaming industry's highest honor-for his fantasy fiction; one for The Lion (the ultimate book in the Legend of the Five Rings series), and another for his Mage Knight short story, "Podo and the Magic Shield."
You can contact Steve using email or snail mail via his web site www.stephendsullivan.com or add comments to his blog at http://stephendsullivan.blogspot.com. You can also listen to his show, Uncanny Radio, at www.uncannyworld.com.
Steve counts himself lucky to live in Wisconsin with his wife of twenty years and their two wonderful children.
Luck O' The Irish
Stephen D. Sullivan
In this hard-boiled modern fantasy, a golden pocket watch from Ireland sets Shawn O'Gale on a cross-country journey into danger. On the way, he encounters ruthless gangsters, hard-to-kill hired thugs, a hungry coyote, a mad Russian, several incredibly sexy women, and a dose of supernatural peril. Through it all, good fortune and sharp wits keep Shawn in one piece. But can even the famed "luck o' the Irish" save this charming rogue from the wiles of Las Vegas?
Newly revised with author's "about the story" section!
"I found Luck o' the Irish delightful, and once started I had to finish it in one sitting. Whimsical, serious, clever, and engaging, it's a darn good read."
-- Jean Rabe, USA Today bestselling Dragonlance author
"With this gem of a novella, the prolific and prodigious Sullivan is in top form; not a word is wasted in his sleek and surprising comedic-fantasy yarn. Charming, outlandish, and propulsive in equal measure, Luck o' the Irish is the real McCoy--and that's no blarney!"
-- Paul McComas, author of Planet of the Dates
- Publication Date:
- 0980208661 / 9780980208665
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary