Hallow Point: A Mick Oberon Job Book 2 by Ari MarmellHallow Point: A Mick Oberon Job Book 2 by Ari Marmell

Hallow Point: A Mick Oberon Job Book 2

byAri Marmell

Mass Market Paperback | October 25, 2016

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Mick Oberon may look like just another private detective, but beneath the fedora and the overcoat, he’s got pointy ears and he’s packing a wand. Oberon’s used to solving supernatural crimes, but the latest one is extra weird...
Ari Marmell is a fantasy writer with novels and short stories published through Spectra (Random House), Pyr, Wizards of the Coast, and others. He is the author of role-playing game materials for Dungeons & Dragons and the World of Darkness line, as well as the tie-in novel to the hit video game Darksiders. He lives in Austin, Texas wit...
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Title:Hallow Point: A Mick Oberon Job Book 2Format:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 6.9 × 4.2 × 1.1 inPublished:October 25, 2016Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:178116827X

ISBN - 13:9781781168271

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great follow up book This book felt very much like the Maltese Falcon, but with Fae factions in play. And much like the Maltese Falcon, our poor PI gets pulled into the mix whether he wants to or not. Loved the way places and people are described. Really adds to the mental images of the story. New characters felt interesting to read and while some were pretty limited in depth, it didn't feel like the character in question needed anymore added to them. Gangsters, Fae, mysterious artifact, budding romance, action, what more can you ask for?
Date published: 2017-03-25

Editorial Reviews

“Amazing, in part because it seems so effortless” - Reviewing the Evidence "Marmell builds a fun world. The use of luck as a shield and weapon seems almost like a sly commentary on action heroes who have too-coincidental near misses while their foes suffer from a rash of jammed triggers and bad aim. And who knew that gangsters would combine so well with boggarts and leprechauns?" - Paper Droids"Among the best urban fantasy novels I have read." - Rising Shadow