The Mister Trophy
A troll’s missing head could cause Markhat to lose his own. A Markhat story. All the finder Markhat wanted was a beer at Eddie’s. Instead he gets a case that will bring him face to fang with crazed, blood-craving halfdead, a trio of vengeful Troll warriors, and Mama Hog’s backstreet magic. Plus,... show more
A troll’s missing head could cause Markhat to lose his own. A Markhat story. All the finder Markhat wanted was a beer at Eddie’s. Instead he gets a case that will bring him face to fang with crazed, blood-craving halfdead, a trio of vengeful Troll warriors, and Mama Hog’s backstreet magic. Plus, the possible resurgence of the Troll War. All right in his own none-too-quiet neighborhood. Through the town of Rannit’s narrow alleys and mean streets, Markhat tries to stay one step ahead of disaster. And ignore Mama Hog’s dire warnings that this time, the head that rolls could be his own. This book has been previously published and has been revised and expanded from its original release.
Publish date: August 26th 2008
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 46
Edition language: English
Series: Markhat (#1)
Finder Markhat is clanless and all he wants one night is a drink. He is at the Dead Troll Tavern when a someone walks in, asking for him specifically. A troll. He and his two brethren have a job for Markhat to complete, to recover the head of one of their own. Markat reluctantly agrees and, together...
The Mister Trophy was a well executed novella. It was a great fantasy short. You were given a full story, just enough to spark interest in reading more from the series. It had trolls, vampires, magic, and a witty, sarcastic, brave and honorable main character that you couldn't help but want to see m...
A very fun and quick read, which gives the reader a glimpse of a wondrous universe where vampires have used their unnaturally long life-spans to gather all the power in their own hands.Features a different kind of trolls, wacky characters and a vein of humour very reminiscent of Terry Pratchett (unf...
~~Moved from GR~~ The Mister Trophy by Frank Tuttle Recommended to Carly by: Carol (book reviews forevermore) Recommended for: fans of humorous hardboiled fantasy (Garrett PI, Eddie Lacrosse, etc) Frank Tuttle, I have a bone to pick with you. You need to put caution labels on your books: "DA...
One of my favorite M/M authors like this series better than Harry Dresden, so I decide to give it a try. It's a short story, and by the number (#1), I figure that it is supposed to be like an introduction, right? Unfortunately, I'm not blown away. There isn't enough world-building for me to get unde...
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