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Engaging debut novel centered around the murder of a student at an private school for young mages. But it's Ivy Gamble PI, a broken human who has struggled for years with the fact she is non-magical, that is the story's strength. Now her biggest case happens to be at the school where her estranged twin sister is a teacher. ~ Reviewed by Ben Parker
This is a new author for me and a great one for anyone who loves the Elly Griffith's Ruth Galloway series. Here forensic archaeologist; Sage Westerfield is caught between a contemporary mystery and a 16th c. one filled with bones and stories that overlap and weave together the past and the present in misty, myth laden bogs and gardens in Cornwall and of witches and alchemists like John Dee & Edward Kelly and their allure through the ages. ~ Reviewed by Maeve Noonan
For fans of Morgan's Altered Carbon comes another fast gritty mystery set on Mars. Hakan Veil is a cybernetic former merc coerced into a bodyguard job for an audit team from Earth. Like Takeshi Kovacs in Altered Carbon Hakan Veil is a shoot first, ask questions later character. Great pick if you want a kick-ass, cybernetic military murder mystery. ~ Reviewed by Ben Parker
Hilarious take on the zombie apocalypse but told from the viewpoint of a pet crow who believes humanity should be saved. As he ventures out looking for a cure he must figure out how domestic animals fit into the new world order and how to come to terms with being a crow and not, as his heart desires, a human. ~ Reviewed by Ben Parker
From the author of City of Stairs comes another fun, imaginative fantasy with its own fascinating magic-tech system that powers the industrial city of Tevanne. Amongst the squalor of the city’s poor lives Sancia, a young thief about to make her biggest score…or so she believes. Magic, Industrial espionage and ancient history combine to make this a great start for Bennett’s new series. ~ Reviewed by Ben Parker