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An architect's love for the missing white witch, Penelope, forces Al Gardner to undertake a dangerous hunt that ranges from Seattle, Washington, to Suffolk County, England. He pits his mortal karate skills against a powerful coven, possessed assassins, warlocks, and an ancient evil threatening all of mankind. Gardner, the architect, with his black belt in karate, is no match for the dark forces that lie between him and his lovely white witch, but by all the powers of light and goodness, he is going to try. He is beaten, ensorcelled, framed for murder, given amnesia, and compelled to kill the woman he loves. As he struggles against unknown forces, his quest evolves from rescue to revenge against the ancient warlock, Leandreth.
Mr. Addleman has sold over 120 short stories, most in the semi-pro market. Three mystery novels were originally published by Books In Motion Publications on audio tape: Irrevocable Trust, A Contract On Stone, and Shy Guy. These and other novels are currently available at the Kindle Store. Search on "David R. Addleman" to find his page. His contemporary fantasy novel, Witch Hunter, is also available at amazon.com and other on-line bookstores and soon will be added to the Kindle site. Dave has also published a romance under his grandmother's name, Josephine Adams. It's called Fortune's Child, published by Wild Horse Press. His most recent novel is a fantasy, The Miller's Son, available at Writers Exchange E-Publishing (http: //www.readerseden.com/writers/product.php?productid=875&cat=0&page=1) and other on-line bookstores. He was a charter member of the Fairwood Writers Group in Kent, Washington, which still flourishes. He taught fiction writing for three years at Renton College. He coaches and competes in masters swimming and holds a black belt in Uechi Ryu karate. After retiring from Boeing in Seattle, WA, he moved and now writes in Anthem, AZ, where he lives with his wife, Deborah. His 21-year-old son, Paul, is a senior at UCLA.