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The Pottery Sale - What Lies Beneath - Urban 2 - cover

The Pottery Sale - What Lies Beneath - Urban 2

A. Nation

Publisher: A. Nation

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Summary

Fantasy, murder, and magic takes over this small Idaho town. Susan just wants a fun activity to keep busy, so she takes up Pottery, but the experienced potter dies. Her friend, Hobnobby, wants to be independent and discovers a strange world under the streets but thieves are using the entrance to store their loot. Hobnobby solicits Susan's help to rid the mythical land of an evil witch and the local drug lord.  
The perfect story to read during Halloween and for limited time a short Christmas story has been added will allude to Susan's next adventure.

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