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Cover art by Julia Lloyd.

Notes: Book three in the Mick Oberon series! Uncover the occult mysteries and deepest secrets of gangland Chicago, from the underworld to the Otherworld.

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Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

 HallowPoint Credits: Sole author.

Cover art by Julia Lloyd.

Notes: Book two in the Mick Oberon series! Uncover the occult mysteries and deepest secrets of gangland Chicago, from the underworld to the Otherworld.

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The Spear of Lugh, one of the great and terrible Four Hallows of the Tuatha Dé Danann, is in Chicago. And everyone, everyone wants it, for it is said that he who carries the spear into battle cannot be defeated. Those chasing it include an agent of the infamous Wild Hunt; a mobster who knows far more about these things than he should; and of course both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts—the very last people PI Mick Oberon, exile from the Otherworld courts of the fae, would want getting hold of the spear…

 

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Originally published at Mouseferatu: Rodent of the Dark. You can comment here or there.

Hot Lead, Cold Iron cover_revised Credits: Sole author.

Cover art by Julia Lloyd.

Notes: The first in a new series! Uncover the occult mysteries and deepest secrets of gangland Chicago, from the underworld to the Otherworld.

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1932, and it’s business as usual in the Windy City. Yeah, the economy’s so low it’s looking up at Hell; Capone’s gone up the river; and anyone who knows anything says Prohibition ain’t long for this world. And still the Mob’s big and bad as ever, still got their fingers in every last one of Chicago’s nooks and crannies. You wanna get by in this city? You keep your head down and your trap shut, and you don’t make waves.

Especially when you got the kinda secrets I do.

So yeah, I give the trouble boys a wide berth. I sure as hell don’t ever work for them!

Except when I do. Except when some made guy’s moll tells me her daughter’s been missing for sixteen years, and they’ve been raising a good old-fashioned changeling in her place. Then, my better instincts aside, I start getting interested.

Me? I’m a P.I. Of course I am. Ain’t all these stories about a P.I? But I’m not your typical P.I.

The name’s Mick Oberon, or at least it is now. Yeah, like in that Oberon; third cousin on my mother’s side. I’m here in Chicago mostly because I’m in exile from the Seelie Court.

And like most of you have probably already figured, I’m not human.

 

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Well, I have contracts in hand, and notification is up on Publisher's Marketplace, so I can finally mention this in public.

I've just signed to publish The Conqueror's Shadow (the novel some of you have heard me mention under its prior name, Shades of Grey) through Random House's Bantam Dell sci-fi/fantasy imprint. :-D

I am, obviously, excited as hell about this. This will be my first non-gaming related publication, and for it to happen via such a distinguished publisher is absolutely thrilling. The book is due on shelves in early 2010; more on specific dates, and format, when I know.

Thanks to everyone for their support and encouragement while I've been trying to make this happen.

(Oh, and just in case anyone's curious, the reason for the name change is that the original name was too close to something else the publisher already had on the schedule.)

Ahem

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So I've just concluded my last official read-through of Agents of Artifice. (This is the Magic: the Gathering novel, the first in the new "Planeswalkers" series, that WotC is publishing next, uh, February I think.) I just need to send the galley back with a few last corrections, and then my part of the process (not counting any possible promotional stuff) is 100% done.

I'm actually very happy with it. It was not an easy book to write, and I was afraid that fact would show in the final product. (I'm a writer; therefore, I'm neurotic that way.) But having now read it again, at some distance, I'm quite pleased with how it turned out, and I'm looking forward to February a great deal. :-)

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