By Sharyn McCrumb
"Sharyn McCrumb is a born storyteller."
*Mary Higgins Clark
WINNER OF THE EDGAR AWARD!
"Sharyn McCrumb has few equals and no superiors between contemporary novelists."
*San Diego Union-Tribune
For one fateful weekend, the yearly technological know-how fiction and delusion conference, Rubicon, has all yet taken over a frequently traditional lodge. Now the halls are alive with Trekkies, tech nerds, and myth players of their Viking finery *all of them desirous to hail their hero, bestselling delusion writer Appin Dungannon: a diminutive despot whose towering ego greater than compensates for his five' 1" peak . . . and whose gleeful disdain for his fawning fanatics is legendary.
Hurling insults and furnishings with equivalent abandon, the poor, tiny writer proceeds to alienate ersatz extraterrestrial beings and make-believe warriors at warp pace. yet someplace among the dress contest and the exhibition Dungeons & Dragons video game, Dungannon will get performed in. whereas die-hard enthusiasts of Dungannon's likely unending sword-and-sorcery sequence ask yourself how they're going to pass on and hucksters ask yourself how a lot they could get for the lifeless man's autograph, a hapless cop wonders, Who would need to kill Appin Dungannon? however the actual query, because the harried conference organizers comprehend, is Who would not ?
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