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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Action & Adventure
  • Language:English
  • Pages:308
  • eBook ISBN:9781623091620

Fire Dragon

by Bill J. Harrison

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WARNING: You will not hear the sound of the ocean in this sea shell. The Fire Dragon is a cantankerous crustacean responsible for numerous maritime disasters. First discovered in 1949, the Fire Dragon is relentlessly pursued by Dr. Peter Huston and Dr. Beth Sullivan, marine biologists. Also on the trail of the Fire Dragon is a bizarre religious cult, scheming millionaires, and a ruthless assassin. Peter and Beth must discover what evolutionary misstep, or aberrant chemical broth, spawned the Fire Dragon. At every turn they learn more about the astonishing powers of the creature and its ability to bestow longevity or kill in a most spectacular fashion.
In 1949, a fireball engulfed a small fishing boat killing Randy Malone’s father and causing grave injuries to Randy. At a state hospital, Randy suffered from terrible nightmares of a blood-red seashell attacking his father’s boat. Doctors dismissed his rants as delusions. What the doctor’s couldn’t explain is why Randy never aged a day in the years he spent at the institution. Peter Houston and Beth Sullivan, marine biologists, discover a bizarre sea creature called the Fire Dragon. In his research, Peter encounters strange mutations in marine life caused by illegal dumping of nuclear waste into the ocean. Peter and Beth must uncover the evolutionary misstep, or aberrant chemical broth, that spawned the Fire Dragon. At every turn they learn more about the astonishing powers of the creature and its ability to bestow longevity or kill in a most spectacular fashion. In their quest to solve the mysteries of the Fire Dragon, Peter and Beth are threatened by an outlandish religious cult, ruthless millionaires, a relentless assassin, and a bizarre sea creature with extraordinary and terrifying powers.
About the author
Bill J. Harrison is an award-winning author of professional articles and books. Bill teaches four creative writing classes and has been a featured speaker at numerous writing conferences.
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