THE ORC WHO CRIED by Taylen Carver

Harley Firebird 2.0

Urban Fantasy Novelette

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Falconer folk are a little strange…

Harley von Canmore, firebird and Chief of Police of Falconer, a tiny town in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, struggles to reconcile her new life as one of the Old Races.  It’s Christmas Eve and bitterly cold, yet Harley is setting fire to her bed while she sleeps, paper burns when she touches it, and no one needs a room heater when she’s in it.

When a body is found at the base of Maze Peak lookout, Harley must put aside her personal issues and investigate. What the RCMP suspect is a simple accident grows complicated when she digs a little deeper…

The Orc Who Cried is part of the Harley Firebird urban fantasy series of novelettes, which is set in the same world as Taylen Carver’s Magorian & Jones series.

1.0: The Dragon of Falconer
2.0: The Orc Who Cried
3.0: The Shepherd of Fire
4.0: The Mad Folk of Falconer
…and more to come.

Urban Fantasy Novelette

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by Dina Bushrod on The Orc Who Cried
The new sheriff of Falconer is hot (in more ways than one) on the trail of the killer, could she get them quicker if she flapped those wing?s of hers

An awesome second book in this series. The new sheriff of Falconer is busier than ever, and her body heat isn't helping, nor those wings on her back; if she would just let go of her fear she might feel better. She has a body falling off a mountain, but was it an earthquake or something even more dangerous? Grab this book filled with twist and turns, humans and "old ones". I love the world building in this series, different from other fantasy/ paranormal series that I've read and the surprise ending in this one just has me all ready for the next one book.


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