Amberville: A Novel by Tim Davys

Amberville: A Novel

byTim Davys

Paperback | February 23, 2010

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What does it mean to be bad?

Eric Bear has it all: a successful career, a beautiful wife, a blissful home. He knows he's been lucky; a while back, his life revolved around drugs, gambling, a gang of stuffed-animal thugs, and notorious crime boss Nicholas Dove.

But the past isn't as far away as Eric had hoped. Rumors are swirling that Dove is on the Death List and that he wants Eric to save him. If Eric fails to act, his beloved wife, Emma Rabbit, will be torn apart, limb from limb, and reduced to stuffing.

With a nod to the best of noir and the wisest of allegories—interlaced with greed and gangsters—Amberville depicts an alternate world that mirrors our own realities and moral concerns, and reminds us of the inextricable link between good and evil.

About The Author

Tim Davys is a pseudonym. He is the author ofAmberville, Lanceheim,andTourquai,the first three books in the Mollisan Town quartet. He lives in Sweden.
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Title:Amberville: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.83 inPublished:February 23, 2010Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061625132

ISBN - 13:9780061625138

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“Amberville has some bite to it. . . . True identities constantly shift in this world—lovers might be enemies, priests can be evil, and stuffed animals, given the depth and intellect that Davys gives them, may as well be human.”