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The Great Tome of Cryptids and Legendary Creatures - The Great Tome Series #4 - cover

The Great Tome of Cryptids and Legendary Creatures - The Great Tome Series #4

Vonnie Winslow Crist, James Dorr, Sarina Dorie, Derek Muk, CB Droege, Taylor Harbin, TC Powell, Calvin Demmer, Mark Charke, Matthew Shoen

Publisher: Bards and Sages Publishing

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The Great Tome series continues with The Great Tome of Cryptids and Legendary Creatures. This volume features over a dozen tales drawn from fantastic creatures found in folklore and urban legends. 
The Voice of Thunder by Taylor Harbin 
The Burryman by Vonnie Winslow Crist 
Hunting a Legend by Derek Muk 
Field Study by T.C. Powell 
Cats in the Cradle by Matthew Smallwood 
The Stalker by James Dorr 
Shapes in the Water by Calvin Demmer 
The Bad, Bad Luck of Judson Worley by Rob Munns 
The Ghost of Arriscado Basin by Jon Michael Kelley 
Sutan by Derek Muk 
Hoofquake by CB Droege 
Eleven Essential Items to Bring When Planning Selfies with Bigfoot by Sarina Dorie 
Dark Fin by Mark Charke 
The Creeping Forest by Matthew Shoen 
Other books in the series: 
The Great Tome of Forgotten Relics and Artifacts 
The Great Tome of Darkest Horrors and Unspeakable Evils 
The Great Tome of Fantastic and Wondrous Places

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