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In Welcome To Hexville, the first book of the Hexville series, a documentary crew meeting with the peacekeeper sheriff of Hexville discovers that with the exception of him and his deputies, the citizens of Hexville are far, far, far from what they expected when they left the "calm" of LA for this assignment. Everyone in the town possesses mystical abilities, and it's the job of the peacekeeper and his deputies, all unbiased and unaligned, to maintain order between the funny and at times contentious townspeople.

©2012 K. Anderson Yancy (P)2015 K. Anderson Yancy

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  • 07-10-2015

excellent start, where's the rest?Delivery awaited

I love the idea but was upset that that's all there was. give us more.

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There was about one minute of story and 9 minutes of credits! Lots of sound effects but obviously a vanity project.

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