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Modern Magic: An Urban Fantasy Anthology - cover

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Modern Magic: An Urban Fantasy Anthology

James Hunter, Aimee Easterling, Marilyn Peake, Anthea Sharp, Frank J. Fleming, Robert Jeschonek, D.N. Erikson, Jonathan Moeller, Nathan Hystad, L.C. Hibbett, Russell Newquist

Publisher: Fantasy Bridge

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Summary

Fantasy Bridge is thrilled to present this Urban Fantasy Anthology from bestselling authors and newly emerging writers. These stories transport you to versions of Earth like you've never seen before. Places where dragons roam the streets and where magic is as common as cell phones. The exciting stories in MODERN MAGIC will thrill, inspire, and keep you up all night wishing you too were a magician. 
 
"First Blood" by Aimee Easterling 
"Trinket" by Anthea Sharp 
"Silver Tempest " by D.N. Erikson 
"Science Fiction" by Frank J. Fleming 
"Wraith Wolf" by Jonathan Moeller 
"Flashback Siren" by James Hunter 
"Wicked Witch" by L.C. Hibbett 
"Sorceress Found" by Lisa Blackwood 
"Shade and the Den of Lost Souls" by Marilyn Peake 
"Three Words" by Nathan Hystad 
"The Dancing Dead" by Robert Jeschonek 
"Knight of the Changeling" by Russell Newquist 
 
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