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"An Hour or Two"

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by: Harry Humphreys
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Publication Date: July 4, 2018
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 50
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
After weaving his way through the underbrush and prickly blackberries, Hagar, a loving muscular bulldog arrived at the spot where he had hidden his prized ham bone "treasure" as a surprise snow storm suddenly struck at his home. His powerful body, with its short, chubby but muscular legs, had allowed him to tunnel his way through all the challenging brush, weeds, poison ivy and blackberry bushes. Now it was time for his massive paws to go to work.

“Time to start digging,” he thought.

And then a strange sound erupted from the ground. “Hey there, Buddy, cut it out. What are you doing? You’ll kill me. You are about to bury me under a ton of dirt. Look, I’m waving a white surrender flag. Hold on a minute, friend. I’ll be right up. Or, maybe I should say, up to your size.”

Thus began a story of a strange "partnerships" ... Quigley, a grouchy, old, highly protective wood troll and, Hagar, a retired champion English bulldog, together committed to saving an underground colony of trolls.
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Harry is dedicated to creating stories that provide intriguing plots with unusual “feel good” conclusions. As a former educator and coach, he blends a background of classroom issues, athletic trials and tribulations and everyday challenges into a diversified approach to his writing. While growing up in a family built on a strong religious foundation, Harry found ways to maintain his beliefs while not feeling constrained in living his daily life. He uses "lessons learned" to provide drama and interest in both his book’s characters and the plots of his novels.
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