A double dragon dare. A brother’s worst nightmare. Fisherman’s sons are starving. To distract them, the neighbor terrifies them with clootie stories. Then one night, Fisherman’s net snags Old Cloot himself and in the morning, the boys taunt each other into filling their bellies with monster-meat. Are they satisfied? With the first of the stand-alone Dragon Fairy Tales, D.C. Harrell hooks you on raw dragon and reels you in fast, but don’t read this one to your little sister. Old Cloot swims too deep for the kiddie pool. If you like your monster meat salted with true grit, this is the Scottish myth for you. Got 1/2 an hour? Download Fisherman and Old Cloot and taste the dragon-magic yourself. Or find all six Dragon Fairy Tales collected as Dragon Hoard: Dragon Fairy Tales 1-6.