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Cloak -- A Protector Story: Protector, #1
Cloak -- A Protector Story: Protector, #1
Cloak -- A Protector Story: Protector, #1
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Cloak -- A Protector Story: Protector, #1

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"Cloak!" A world-weary, beaten-down everyman… a mysterious, street-wise old man… the shadows that hide beneath the shadows… and the secrets we keep for generations… all come together in the debut story in the occult-flavored Protector storyworld!


Shattered by family tragedies, Harry Turpin does his best to lead a life of mediocrity, sheltering himself from strong emotion and the risks of love and commitment.


When his girlfriend dumps him for a snide would-be magician, Harry's life begins to take a very strange turn. As the mysteries about his family and his own stunted emotional growth begin to mount, Harry has to do something to shrug off the cloak he's been living under.


The fate of his ex-girlfriend… and maybe a lot more… hangs on his decision.

PublisherMWS Media
Release dateFeb 8, 2009
Cloak -- A Protector Story: Protector, #1
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    Cloak -- A Protector Story - Matthew Wayne Selznick



    Matthew Wayne Selznick

    A Protector Tale




    Matthew Wayne Selznick

    One hand on the door, Harry Turpin stopped before going into Apex Metaphysical Books. His stomach tightened when he looked through the glass.

    Inside, his girlfriend Betty scampered around the counter. Her mouth was wide with laughter Harry could just barely hear.

    Behind the counter, her skeletal co-worker, Gabe, gave mock pursuit. In one spindly hand he held a pair of scissors. He made chopping motions in the air and his face was bright with mirth.

    Gabe vaulted the counter. He landed right in front of Betty; almost ran into her. They were very close.

    It looked to Harry like Gabe said, Ah ha, or something like that, anyway, when he snatched the end of Betty's long brown hair and quickly snipped a lock or two. Betty squealed and darted away.

    Harry's eyes met Betty's through the glass of the door. He came in as smooth as he possible; of course he hadn't been standing out in the brisk October afternoon. Why would he do that?

    Betty's smile shifted slightly. Dimmed. She brushed the hair away from her flushed face.

    Harry! I was just thinking about you!

    Harry wasn't surprised she turned her head when he leaned in for a kiss. His lips grazed her cheek and his stomach notched tighter.

    I thought I'd come see you on the way home from the site,

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