Tuesday, April 16, 2013

PimPage: An Occasional Feature in Which I Call Attention to Books of Interest

Love-Haight: Spectre of Justice: Reagan Hill, Jean Rabe, Mel Odom, Kevin Ward: Amazon.com: Kindle Store: Set in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco, the urban fantasy serialized novel follows the law practice of Thomas Brock and Evelyn Love. The duo crusades for the rights of "OTs" . . . Other Than Humans, and their clients include ghosts, gargoyles, vampires, and things they've yet to put a name to. The danger and intrigue is as thick as the mist that teases the Golden Gate Bridge. 

From Spectre of Justice: The "OTs," as they were often called, tended to cluster in cities, and Thomas was well aware there were a good number of them in San Francisco, where some say true magic was born and laid heaviest in the land. OTs: Other-Than-Human, like his client Holder, who was a ghoul, an undead creature normally associated with graveyards and considered a corpse-eater.

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