Author: David Alan Morrison
Publication Date: November 2014
Two bodies are discovered on the grounds of “The Bastille,” home to a coven of witches who belong to the Guild of Immortal Women. The bodies have strange characteristics, so what follows is a combination merry and sinister romp through ancient history. Medieval times are brought to life through a massive Tapestry adorning the mansion’s walls where the characters — animals and humans — emerge through tears in the fabric. It is up to Detective Matt Mathers and social worker Lynn Swanson to solve the murder-mystery while dealing with the strange world of magic, Guardian Abbey’s amnesia from her past lives, and the devilish mission of Robert and the Doctor to create an immortal heir through the laboratory.
Foreword Reviews‘ 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award Finalist
DAVE'S TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN SEATTLE WITH YOUR BEST FRIEND
10. Take him on the Underground Tour and ditch them.
9. Tell him Starbuck's puts coffee in everything - even the food - and then order him a sandwich
8. Make him agree to pay for dinner, then insist on the Space Needle
7. Plant him in front of the Fremont Troll and tell him it's traditional he hug the next person he sees
6. Bring him to the Pier on Saturday night. In winter.
5. Have him count the number of times a fish is thrown at Pike Place
4. Have him give $1 to everyone who asks. Tell him it's "Seattle Tradition"
3. Take him to the Rep and sit in the Cry Room
2. Tell him to swim in Lake Washington because, "It's really warm!"
1. Take him to the top of the Smith Tower at night
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Dave Morrison (CI & CT, NIC-A, SC:L, NAD-5). Dave received his A.A. in ASL/ENG Interpreting from L.A. Pierce College in 1989. In 2000, he obtained his M.A. in Theatre Arts from the University of Kentucky. He has interpreted in a variety of venues, from the courtroom to funerals to underwater conservation forums. As an actor, he has been seen on stage, TV and film. He is currently an adjunct instructor of Drama at Skagit Valley College and works with local theatres as a director, actor and instructor.
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