It’s Canada Day here, and accordingly, I thought I would offer you a Canadian-set story for the weekend.
The Dragon of Falconer is the first novelette in the Harley Firebird series. It was released a couple of years ago now and there’s a few novels and novelettes that come after it.
The Harley Firebird series is a spin-off from the Magorian & Jones series. Both feature orcs, angels, fae, salamanders, dwarves, and other mystical creatures, as well as dragons and firebirds. 🙂
Harley is the police chief of a tiny town called Falconer in the Canadian Rockies foothills. The town is stuffed full of Old Ones — the name given to former humans who have transitioned to other species. As the Old Ones haven’t been recognized as either legally human or even legally alive, their non-status creates major problems. Especially as these once-human, stressed out species find all sorts of illegal and under-the-wire ways to survive.
Harley is a firebird, and often her official duties as police chief clash with her sympathy for and understanding of the challenges Old Ones face.
Here be dragons…
Harley von Canmore is a firebird–a rare breed, even among the Old Races. She is also the Chief of Police of Falconer, a tiny town in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies. Falconer is different, just as Harley is. Everyone in the town is either one of the Old Races—orcs, fae, salamanders, and more—or they are human and waiting for their time to transform.
When a dead body is reported, Harley meets Campbell von Havre—the town’s only dragon and her superior, for they are both of the fire element. Only Harley’s twenty years experience as a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer tells her that Campbell is hiding something. When she investigates, what she learns about Campbell puts her in a quandary…
The Dragon of Falconer is part of the Harley Firebird urban fantasy series of novelettes, which is set in the same world as Taylen Carver’s Magorian & Jones series.
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