|Little Myth Marker (1985) [Novel]|
by Robert Asprin
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Skeeve's dealt himself a fine mess of trouble this time. First he bluffs his way into a high-stakes game of dragon poker and, by some miracle, wins. Then, still flush with luck, Skeeve heads straight for the king of dragon poker, the Sen-Sen Ante Kid. And with a pot of half a million, there'd better not be any myth-deals.
But even if Skeeve can hold his own in a high-stakes game, there's still Markie. Left as a point-sized IOU by a player who went broke, she conjures a house full of trouble every time she tries to cast a spell. And to top it off, jealous magicians have hired the notorious assassin, The Axe, to cut more than the deck...
Original title: Little Myth Marker
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Humorous