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Bone Hammer: An ancient artifact called the Horrible Hammer that can kill with but a single thought

Bone Hammer: An ancient artifact called the Horrible Hammer that can kill with but a single thought

by G. Ernest Smith


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A mysterious Norse artifact is unearthed one day in Norway, but it is not like anything ever found. It's name in Norse means Horrible Hammer and many believe it may be the basis for Thor's mighty hammer, Mjolnir. Experts soon realize how dangerous it is when it is accidentally triggered and a man is turned to bloody gore.

Two years later detective Bone Ramsey gets a visitor from Norway. The Hammer has been stolen and is in the hands of a mad man in Florida and he's using it to settle scores. The university wants it back before it can cause any more death and destruction.

Ramsey takes the case and with the help of his friend Garth begins to close in on the Hammer. But he gets distracted when Angela, Bone Ramsey's love interest, is threatened by thugs who believe her late husband stole money from them. Ramsey quickly realizes he's going to have to deal with these evil men before he goes after the Hammer and he can't do it alone. He assembles his squad, a group of colorful club bouncers, and they take on the mob and then help Ramsey go after the Hammer.

In this fast-paced odyssey Ramsey and his cocky squad barely escape sure death, rescue innocents, deliver punishment to the wicked and run afoul of the FBI. But it's all in a week's work.

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ISBN-13: 9781506189642
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/10/2015
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.68(d)

About the Author

G. Ernest Smith is a retired Space Shuttle launch team member who lives near Cape Canaveral, Florida with his wife, Mary Beth. He has a son, Brandon, and a daughter, Mona, a brother, Jeff, and a sister, Gwen, who all live in California.

He enjoys sailing, Harley Davidsons, fishing, flying, writing, Miatas and eating (not necessarily in that order).

He is a graduate of Rollins College and the Florida Institute of Technology and holds a Masters degree in Computer Science.

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