Dragons of the Cuyahoga

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"It's a provocative world of deadly enchantment in which the dirty game of politics remains the biggest threat of all."
—Locus

Dragons of the Cuyahoga
by S. Andrew Swann
  DAW Books Inc., 2001
  320pp, $6.99
  ISBN: 0756400090
  DAW Collector's Number: 1200

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  Dragons of the Cuyahoga


A decade after the Portal opened a gate between Cleveland, Ohio and a universe of mages, elves, and dragons, reporter Kline Maxwell works the political beat for the Cleveland Pressand does his best to avoid “fuzzy gnome” stories.

However, when fifteen tons of dragon takes a nose-dive into the Cuyahoga River, killing the supposedly immortal creature, Kline finds himself drawn into the story against his will. Soon, he discovers that the dragon was not just any dragon, and the death was no accident.

Soon he is running from cops, elves and gargoyles— and finds himself wrapped in a web of intrigue that ranges from a network of underground mages, the mayor’s office, the port authority, the possibly-corrupt police Special Paranormal Unit, all the way to the federal government.