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tales of the hotel st crispian by Dan Leo and rhoda penmarq

The mysterious doings in the Hotel St Crispian. Crime, lust, gossip, fear, tedium and mystery. Lots of cocktails and cigarettes. With colored pictures. . . .

A complete novel.  Recommended by Kathleen Maher.
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KAT AND MOUSE: GUNS FOR HIRE

Hot. Damn.

By Eli James, editor

Oct 8, 2009: I enjoyed Kat and Mouse. Fast. Funny. Lots of blood between paragraphs. Read it while liveblogging at The Dispatch. Kept me entertained.

Damn.

Abner Senires has the skills. The chops, as they say in the biz. Writing reads snappy. Characters a little on the diptzy side, though. Lots of action. Good light reading. Very little commas.

Hard to imagine it as a book.

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FROM WINTER'S ASHES

Like Brandon Sanderson, But More So

By JPV1000, author of Warbler

Nov 12, 2015: From Winters Ashes can be summed up as ‘Brandon Sanderson on steroids’. This is not a bad thing, but not necessarily a great one either. If you like Brandon Sanderson you should try FWA, but the reverse is also true. What there is to love about Sanderson’s writing is there but more so, but what there is to dislike is similarly magnified I love the concept of ‘Hard Fantasy’, ie fantasy with very clear rules. From Winter’s Ashes has that—it literally includes a section that explains how to convert various [more . . .]

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