Hot Lead, Cold Iron: A Mick Oberon Job Book 1

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Product Details

Price
$14.95
Publisher
Titan Books (UK)
Publish Date
Pages
400
Dimensions
5.1 X 1.0 X 7.9 inches | 0.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781781168226
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About the Author

Ari Marmell is a fantasy and horror writer, with novels and short stories published through Spectra (Random House), Pyr, Wizards of the Coast, and others. He is the author of role-playing game materials for Dungeons & Dragons and the World of Darkness line, as well as the tie-in novel to the hit video game Darksiders. He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, George.

Reviews

"An extremely entertaining historical/urban fantasy that I read quickly and eagerly." - SF Signal

"A lot of fun, with a villain you'll love to hate." - Adventures Fantastic

"A mix of noir and fantasy elements is a stroke of fun and excitement from author Ari Marmell." - Retrenders

"Hot Lead Cold Iron is Ari Marmell's most imaginative and strongest book so far in career. Give it a shot if you love to read lone-wolf PI stories or love historical crime mysteries or simply innovative urban fantasies. This one didn't disappoint in the slightest." - Fantasy Book Critic

"For those looking to venture into a new cross-genre, Hot Lead is one series that has my recommendation." - Project Fandom

"Gives the hardboiled genre a truly magical revamp." - MuggleNet

"Mick Oberon is a delight and by the time the book was over, I felt like I made a hilariously grumpy friend. It's a lot of fun, and Marmell is an author I really want to hit it big. He deserves it, and this book shows a lot of his strengths." - Bookworm Blues

"This book opens with fists swinging, and barely pauses to take a breath." - My Bookish Ways

"The book does a nice job of never tipping its hand, with a climax that delivers on all aspects." - Bookgasm

"The author leaves the door wide open for a sequel, and that's just fine: the book is thoroughly entertaining, and Mick is a likable guy with whom we'd enjoy spending some more time. Urban-fantasy fans should be all over this one." - Booklist starred review

"Gripping fantastical....engaging....the potent mix of gangsters, magic, Fae politics, and a strega on the warpath makes for a ride that never touches the brakes. Marmell expertly maximizes the thrills, leaving the reader with a lingering desire for a magic wand and a glass of warm milk." ΜΆ Publishers Weekly starred review
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