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Review: The Blue Blazes by Chuck Wendig
The Blue Blazes by Chuck Wendig (9780857663351) Angry Robot (2013) Mookie Pearl is a thug. When the Organization is in need of some muscle, Mookie has it in spades. When the Boss needs some kneecaps busted, Mookie’s happy to oblige. … Continue reading
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Review: Premonitions by Jamie Schultz
Premonitions by Jamie Schultz (9780451467447) : 2014 (Roc) Karyn Ames runs a tight crew of thieves whose specialty is purloining items of the occult. There’s Anna, her right-hand–solid and dependable, her best friend since high school. Nail is the muscle, … Continue reading
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Review: Cold Days by Jim Butcher
Cold Days (The Dresden Files #14) by Jim Butcher (2012) : 9780451464408 (Penguin Group) Harry Dresden is back in action, now with a new role to play in the ever-growing supernatural community of Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files. Note: If … Continue reading
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Review: Something From the Nightside by Simon R. Green
Something from the Nightside (Nightside #1) by Simon R. Green (2003): 9780441010653 (Ace) John Taylor has a special talent for finding things. Joanna Barrett needs him to find her wayward daughter. The problem is, Cathy has wandered into the Nightside–a … Continue reading
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Why Do Good Guys Finish Last in Urban Fantasy?
My wife and I had a very interesting conversation in the car on the way to work today. Both of us enjoy reading some paranormal romance/urban fantasy and I made the observation that, when it comes to the romance aspect … Continue reading
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