A children’s nursery rhyme about a Fluffit, a make believe, troublesome, being.
Read about how he gets into trouble, and why you don’t want to be a Fluffit, all the while learning how to spot one wherever they may be hiding out.
In Returned and Reunited, Mark and Ann thought they were dealing with a single card, now they realize they’re up against the whole deck.
Wolf Moon Investigations take on a case where the only help they’ll get is a dead man’s hand, but when one of their own becomes a target the stakes get higher.
Neither one of them are the folding type, so they’ll have to ante up and go all in to shuffle the pack, and it doesn’t take them long to figure out the Wolf only has the Moon and the rest of their pack to count on.
With the odds against them, no one to trust and nowhere to turn, they’ll need to bring the team together and form a hand strong enough to play a deadly game.
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Good Night Mummy, Good Night Dad
“I downloaded this version to suit my family, but how great to see two other versions. Great little story, perfect for settling down at bedtime.”