A humorous tale in which Benor Dorfinngil accepts the job of investigating two young men for two young ladies. Also, two books on offer by Jim Webster.
I’m pleased to showcase two of Jim Webster’s new books today, which are part of The Port Naain Intelligencer series of short stories. The first one, ‘The Plight of the Lady Gingerlily‘ features our friend Benor, who takes on a few small jobs in order to find a lost husband, to vet potential suitors for two young ladies, and to find a tenant for an empty house. He begins to feel that things are getting out of hand when somebody attempts to drown him!
Jim has given you a taste of Port Naain in the delightful story The Eyes Have It below:
THE EYES HAVE IT, BY JIM WEBSTER
It was early evening and Benor was dozing quietly. Technically he was
reading but his eyes had closed in spite of his best efforts. He was
awakened by a rapping on the door of the barge. Shena, sitting nearest,
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