The Tooth Fairy Murders
Author Barry Hutchison
Fantasy and Myths
Someone is murdering Tooth Fairies. The gnomes know something, but they’re not talking. When a human boy, Connor Goodwin, is framed for the crimes, there is only one man who can help him. One man whose very existence is dedicated to making sure bad people get what’s coming to them. One man, who will stop at nothing to ensure justice prevails, even if that means being punched in the face a lot. His name is Troy Thunder, agent of KARMA, an organisation dedicated to making sure everyone gets their just desserts. To clear Connor’s name he’s going to have to solve the mystery himself... perhaps with a little help from his friends! The Tooth Fairy Murders is a supernatural whodunnit, with excitement and mystery from start to finish. Bad things are happening to good people and Troy Thunder isn’t about to let that stand.
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Chapter 1 Fairies, Fairies Everywhere
Connor Goodwin was awoken by a tapping at his window. It wasn’t loud – it was the sort of noise a bee might make thudding against the glass – but it was persistent, and just loud enough to be anno...
Chapter 2 What the Gnomes Know
Hooves clopped. Feet shuffled. The thing that looked like a nasty sneeze squidged. All around Connor the band of creatures moved closer. They looked angry. At least, the ones with faces did. It wa...
Chapter 3 Into the Darkness
Connor pedalled hard, puffing and panting as he powered the tandem bicycle up another moonlit hill. On the seat behind him, Troy Thunder coasted along, not pedalling, but making the occasional gru...
Chapter 4 Tea Party of Terror
Connor struggled and pulled, trying desperately to free himself from the chair. Above him, the Thumb Fairy’s giant scissors snipped closer and closer. Beside him, Troy stroked his chin thoughtfull...
Chapter 5 Case Closed
Troy took a deep breath. He fixed his eyes on Connor, and said, “Me.” Connor blinked. “You? What about you?” “I did it,” Troy said. “I killed the tooth fairies.” “Very funny,” Connor snorted. T...