To Kill a Common Loon

To Kill a Common Loon is part murder mystery, part contemporary fantasy, part eco-fable, and all fun. Harp P. Gravey, a down-and-out sometime-banjo picker, just wants to fulfill a death-bed promise to a friend and scatter his ashes in the wilderness. He never bargained on a shape-shifting dragon, an Indian Princess, a hat-loving cougar, and a villain who will stop at nothing to steal his friend’s land.

To Kill a Common Loon is available as an eBook from Amazon to download for PC, phone, tablet or Amazon Kindle edition, from Barnes and Noble for Nook book, and from Kobo Books.

To order a trade paperback of To Kill a Common Loon contact:
Mitch Luckett
162 Overbrook Lane
Brinnon, WA, 98320
360.796.9966
mluckett43@gmail.com

Read an excerpt!

Praise for To Kill A Common Loon

“I loved Mitch’s book. Has large-market potential, I’d say. A good yarn, wonderfully visceral, funny, and natural history driven.”
—Robert Michael Pyle, Writer and Naturalist, Willapa Bay, Oregon

“Filled with quirky moments.., the novel will surely frustrate readers with a low threshold for eccentricity. Anyone with a taste for bizarre fiction, however, will find plenty to feast on in these pages.”
—Stephen Blair, Journalist reviewer for The Portland, Tribune, Portland, Oregon.

“LOON reads like a cross between Carl Hiaasen and Edward Abbey. Mitch Luckett is one strange guy. LOON is one weird book. I loved it.”
—Mike Houck, Urban Naturalist for the Audubon Society of Portland.

“Harp Gravey, what saucy drippings, silky topper for a great spud. To hear Mitch is more than music… his yarn voice is clear and grown up well. Melodious and truer n true.”
—Bill Slawson, Reviewer, Spencer, Iowa.

“I’m mad about LOON, it’s hard to put down. And I think if it was put in a contest, say, with my environmental wacko favorite, “The Monkey Wrench Gang,” it would win, hands down.”
—Lacy Turner, Radio Station Program Manager, Portland, Oregon.

“I got 3/4ths done with LOON and it hit me; my God, this is a Harry Potter for adults.”
—Eric Witchey, Oregon writer.

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