Priest of Gallows

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$15.99  $14.87
Quercus Publishing
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5.0 X 7.7 X 1.1 inches | 0.5 pounds

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About the Author

Peter McLean was born in London and went to school in the shadow of Norwich Cathedral, where he spent most of his time making up stories. He grew up alternating dingy nightclubs with studying martial arts and practical magic before settling to a career in corporate IT. The noir urban fantasy Burned Man series was followed by the highly acclaimed grimdark fantasy quartet, starting with Priest of Bones, Priest of Lies and Priest of Gallows. The final book about Tomas Piety will be Priest of Crowns.

You will find Peter Mclean on Twitter (@PeteMC66), on Facebook (@PeterMcLeanAuthor) and at his website, https: //
Stunning. Best book of the year by a spear length and then some--ANNA SMITH SPARK, author of Empires of Dust, on PRIEST OF GALLOWS
A brilliant story . . . that's full of invention, surprise and MacLean's knack for complex, morally grey characters--TRACK OF WORDS on PRIEST OF GALLOWS
If you like your fantasy with a side of dark and gritty, you won't want to miss this--CHRISTINA HENRY, bestselling author of The Girl in Red on PRIEST OF LIES
The politics of The Godfather meets the grit of Gangs of New York . . . a dark, dirty, foul-mouthed triumph of grimdark gangster heist novels. If Locke Lamora (Scott Lynch) had a bigger, uglier, more violent brother, his name would be Tomas Piety. Amid the violence and the stink of the Ellinburg, though, there's camaraderie and trust, concern for the wellbeing of the poor and a rusty sort of honour among thieves--ANNA STEPHENS, bestselling author of the Godblind trilogy, on PRIEST OF BONES
Clever storytelling and beautifully immersive prose. Priest of Liesdigs deeper and hits harder, getting darker by the chapter, with astonishing surprises around each and every corner. I'm really looking forward to seeing what blood-soaked mischief Tomas gets into next. If you haven't yet picked up this riveting and unique series, I highly recommend you do--FANTASY BOOK CRITIC on PRIEST OF LIES
Priest of Lies is pretty damn exceptional . . . the ending is stunning . . . an author who is on top of his game--GRIMDARK MAGAZINE on PRIEST OF LIES
An enigma. It manages to be light and dark, clean but dirty, harsh but fair, full of love and equally full of death. It's an awesome story, one that grabs you from the first line and doesn't let go until the finale when it slams you to the ground--FANTASY HIVE on PRIEST OF LIES
A hell of a good time, and serves up a damn fine cliffhanger--FANTASY BOOK REVIEW

Managing to be exciting, narratively taut and a commentary on the terrible things war and violence do to people is no mean feat, but Peter McLean manages it with Priest of Bones. I wish I had written this

--R.J. BARKER, bestselling author of Blood of Assassins, on PRIEST OF BONES
The first two books in this series were a great deal of fun so I had high hopes for book three. I'm glad to report that I was not at all disappointed. I'm beyond pleased to note that we are not quite done with the adventures of Tomas Piety and the rest of the Pious Men yet. Highly recommended--THE ELOQUENT PAGE on PRIEST OF GALLOWS
Mclean writes fantasy that feels slick, modern, and pulls few punches. Pacey writing lends subtle weight to the gritty themes explored as The War for the Rose Throne gathers ever more speed--ED MCDONALD, bestselling author of the RAVEN'S MARK series on on PRIEST OF GALLOWS
Utterly unputdownable--TRACK OF WORDS on PRIEST OF GALLOWS in 'Best SFF of 2021'
Let me just tell you that Peter McLean knows how to fucking write!--PARSECS AND PARCHMENT
This is the best entry into the series yet and I couldn't put it down--FANFIADDICT
I can't remember the last time I read such a consistently good series as The War for the Rose Throne. Characterization in these books is phenomenal--GEEK DAD
A powerful and moving urban fantasy that I found myself completely immersed in--MUSE'S BOOK JOURNAL