by Frederic S. Durbin

Dust jacket and interior illustrations by Jason Van Hollander

Limited Edition Hardcover - $20.00
Fine in fine dj; new and unread, direct from the publisher

Arkham House, 1999; 298 pp.; limited to 4,000 copies. First Edition.

As Halloween approaches, strange things are happening in the basement of Uncle Henry s funeral parlor, where 10-year-old Bridget Ann (nicknamed Dragonfly) lives. Uncle Henry summons his friend Mothkin, a hunter, to investigate. Exploring the basement Mothkin and Dragonfly find the door to a strange underground place they will soon know as Harvest Moon. Here, the evil master Samuel Hain (who takes great pride in having started the black plague) has enslaved the entire population. You ll meet assorted vampires, werewolves, gypsies, Hain s cutthroat henchman, and the ever-present Jolly Jack , Hain s airborne, pumpkin-shaped battle-cruiser, which leaves death and destruction in its wake. This epic fantasy novel, by a new writer, is one of the most delightful, scariest stories we ve read in many years. Dragonfly can be read on several levels as pure entertainment, as a classic adventure yarn, as a conflict between good and evil by people of all ages.

"Dragonfly is a wonderfully original, superbly written, totally engaging, action-adventure fantasy epic." -- The Midwest Book Review

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