Book Of The Day – Assassins Curse

by Greg on March 8, 2012

Today’s Book of the Day is a highly rated Fantasy book. Assassin’s Curse by Debra L. Martin & David W. Small has an impressive 4.0 star rating and can be yours for $4.95. If you like fantasy, make sure to check out this book from two very talented authors!

“I don’t know where to begin about how amazing this book is! Multiple layers of intrigue and suspense going on in this book. This is just the beginning of the Witch Stone Prophecy series and I can’t wait to read the next one.” Anastasia P. – Amazon Reviewer

Assassin’s Curse (The Witch Stone Prophecy)
by Debra L. Martin & David W. Small
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Category: Fantasy
Price: $4.95


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When elite assassin Jeda received his assignment to kill a witch and deliver her twin daughters to the Countess of Berkshire, he had no idea it would be his last. The witch stuns him with an elemental blast, but not before he’s able to throw his knife. When Jeda regains consciousness, the dying witch is performing a compelling spell between him and her twin daughters. Now bonded to the girls, Jeda’s old life is forfeit. His only thought is to take the girls and run as far away as he can. He has no idea that the twins are the ones spoken of in the long-lost prophecy of The Witch Stone. Forces are gathering: the white witches want to teach them; the Countess wants her grandchildren back, and the guild has sent their best assassin to bring Jeda back, dead or alive.

Jeda must use all of his assassin skills to stay one step ahead of them all, but will it be enough to save himself and keep the children of prophecy alive?

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

Every once in a while I find a book that draws me in so effectively that I don’t want to put it down. Assassin’s Curse is one of those books. There were a few twists in the book that I didn’t see coming–which is always a plus. If you’re a fan of fantasy, or just plain ol’ good storytelling…grab this one. It’s a keeper!


This is a great story. It really takes you away and you can picture the story as a movie while reading. That is a true mark of a great read.


This is the second book I have read by the team of Martin and Small and I am continually impressed by their ability to craft a novel as if it was written by one person. For me, voice and characterization are always of utmost importance and this one does justice to both. I would recommend this book and am happy I dipped my toe into the genre.


I picked this up at the last minute as i needed something new to read and the cover caught my eye. I was sucked in not too long after the first chapter and this book gets better as you keep reading. You learn more and start to care for the main characters. It’s a must read and the authors are good storytellers, can’t ask for much more than that. Can’t wait to continue on to the next book.

Get Assassin’s Curse here: Assassin’s Curse (The Witch Stone Prophecy)

About The Author

Science fiction and fantasy author who started writing with co-author, David W Small in 2006. Writing with a co-author is challenging in itself, but when 1 author lives on the East Coast and 1 lives on the West Coast, the challenges are a bit more daunting, but because we live in an electronic world of email, Instant Messenger and Skype, the partnership is totally workable. What makes the partnership even better is that David is my brother. We love the same types of books and that love naturally evolved into writing our own books.

We have written fantasy titles, “Quest for Nobility” and “Crystal Facade” in the RULE OF OTHARIA trilogy. The final volume, “The King’s Last Word” will be published next year.

A new fantasy, “Assassin’s Curse” Book 1 in the WITCH STONE PROPHECY, is now available for sale.

If you like post-apocalyptic fiction, we have written three novellas in the DARK FUTURE series, “Path to Destruction,” “The Right Path” and “Zia’s Path.”

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Debra L. Martin, David W. Small and ENT appreciate it.

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