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Publication Order of Dwarf Bounty Hunter Books

By: Martha Carr, Michael Anderle
Go Dwarf Yourself (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Don't Give A Dwarf (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
All Dwarf'ed Up (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Zero Dwarfs Given (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
What The Dwarf (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dwarf It All (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Cluster Dwarf (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
For Dwarf's Sake (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Big, Bad Mother Dwarf’er (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Get The Dwarf Out (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dwarf ‘Em All (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dwarfin’ Done (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

Michael Anderle is a published author with a prolific writing career, having penned many series and novels within these series.

Michael was born in 1967 in Houston, Texas. When he was younger, he had a curious nature. With his curiosity going, he often got into trouble, which meant that he would be grounded quite frequently. The silver lining of this was that he still had a very inquisitive mind and had a lot of time to read when he was grounded.

For the first two decades of his reading career, Michael read books that were mostly in the genre of fantasy and science fiction. For the past ten years, he has expanded his reading list and has enjoyed military fiction and urban fantasy. This reading background has helped him prepare for writing his own books, including the fan favorite series The Kurtherian Gambit.

With the backing of his fans, his stories have received many reads and helped have make them more successful than the author ever thought they could be. He credits them for sharing his works with their family and friends to help promote them and calls his fans ‘fantastic’.

Martha Carr is an accomplished American author. She describes herself as a late bloomer and a DC Comics fan. She says that when she was younger, she spent her childhood summers hanging out on the Jersey Shore. She also says that she was born under ‘a wandering star’, and ever since then has resided in different parts of America.

Martha says that if you want to feel inspired or are searching for something that will make you root for a regular hero, you can come to her stories as she focuses on that in all that she writes. She says that she enjoys a good story that pushes her to wonder about things and enjoys a story that inspires her or makes her feel like she can do more than she realized, as that is also her goal with all that she writes. She says some of her stories have a lot of magic while others are thrillers with many twists and turns.

The author says that there is something about picking up a book and getting lost in a different world, coming out the other side feeling better about either yourself or the possibilities that are there for you. She says that it’s the best part of life, no matter what type of story she is getting ready to tell.

Martha Carr hails from Austin, Texas. She resides there along with her cute dogs, who she has named Leela and Lois Lane. She says that she spends most of her time thinking about wizards, witches, elves, and magical worlds. She says that from the beginning, she was a nerdy child. Martha would act as performer doing magic tricks at the birthday party of her little brother, saving her money up to buy DC comic books, inventing her own complicated 3D board games, or coming up with treasure hunts with all sorts of clues leading all over the house. She says that her little brother Jeff was very tolerant of all of this and would go along with her schemes.

Martha says from the moment that she went into a Philadelphia library and discovered that they would let her take out books to read, and then return and get some more, she was hooked on telling stories. She has always had a love affair with books, something that has persisted as a theme throughout her whole life. She got her first review at just 9 years old.

This was inspired by an inadvertent inspirational trip to the movies when she was younger. Her father dropped off his three youngest children at the movies and left without double-checking the movie listing. The movie ended up being a black and white Vincent Price triple horror feature, which ended up having poisonous vines, blood, and some murder. Her siblings left but since this was the only movie Martha was going to get to see, she decided to stay all by herself.

The next week in school, the kids were tasked with writing their own Halloween story. Martha wrote a thriller story, influenced with all of the new information that she had gained from seeing the horror movie. Her father got summoned to the school to explain and wore his collar as he was a minister. At the end of the day, Martha saw that words had an impact and the power that a good story has and continued with her story-telling. She had, after all, scared her teacher with her own Vincent Price-style horror story.

As an adult, Martha wrote for the Washington Post and penned her own column on politics that was nationally syndicated. She also started writing a few books and then paid homage to her inner child and began writing about magic, elves, and wizards again in her series The Leira Chronicles, which was a best-seller. The story contains magic, friends, and Leira Berens, a detective that never gives up.

Go Dwarf Yourself is the first book in the Dwarf Bounty Hunter series by Michael Anderle and Martha Carr. If you are looking for a new fantasy book to try out, check this one out for yourself!

The main character in this story is a dwarf named Johnny Walker. Back when he was active, he was a good bounty hunter, just as good as James Brownstone. However, everyone has a line, as Johnny discovers when his young daughter is murdered. She was just a teen, but when it comes to finding out who the killer is, Johnny can’t figure it out.

Struck by grief, the dwarf went back to his cabin located in the swamp. There he retired along with his two hound dogs and his whiskey and guns by his side, steeped in memories. The only thing is that the monsters are not yet done with him.

It appears that a female shifter of a young age has gone missing. Her parents are deceased, and the case is open. The Feds feel that Johnny is the only chance that they have to find her, and with time running out, they come to him to find her. This time, with a young girl that could be his daughter’s age at risk, Johnny can’t turn them down.

Johnny joins up with Lisa Breyer, a light elf, to go to New York City to try and get the young girl back. Just like that, Dwarf the Bounty Hunter has returned. He’s willing to do whatever it takes to find her. But when the clues start pointing to the cold case of his own daughter’s murder, cold for 15 years, how will he react? Can he find the missing girl without being distracted, and will he find out new information about his daughter’s case? Read this book to find out!

Don’t Give a Dwarf is the second book in the Dwarf Bounty Hunter series by Michael Anderle and Martha Carr. If you liked the first book, check out the sequel!

Johnny Walker is a dwarf bounty hunter, getting back to what he does best. Now he’s on the hunt. The case is a Logree creature with Oriceran origins. Wanted dead or alive, the creature has tentacles and purple goo, is intelligent, and flammable. Should be left to professional capture, like Johnny.

The case is just what he needs in the Everglades, except for the fact that there’s a teen shifter that is staying with him in the cabin. The minute you turn your back on her, she’s wrestling a swamp gator. The dwarf is concerned about to raise a magical being in the Glades, but more than that, he needs to track down a monster.

With some favors called in and a little magical technology, he’s determined to find answers and track down the Logree creature once and for all. Will it all be enough? Read this book to find out!

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