David S. Goodwin




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I was born in New Jersey, still live here, and regret nothing. Introduced to the Hobbit by my father when I was very young, I was claimed by fantasy and science fiction forever. I read as much as I can, game weekly, and write less than I should.

I live in the mountains with my wife and henchdog, but find myself in Manhattan almost every day.

Cassie's adventures continue with a three-day-long duel at a dusty crossroads in a town on the edge of nowhere. I'm thrilled to finally have this story available, and it's nice to see Cassie with a little more experience under her belt as she tackles new challenges.

This story stands on its own, but of course you should absolutely read both of them.

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