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Mean Streets by Jim Butcher, Simon R. Green, Kat Richardson, Thomas E. Sniegoski
Review by Gayle Surrette
Roc Trade Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780451462497
Date: 06 January 2009 List Price $15.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Mean Streets is comprised of four novellas: "The Warrior" by Jim Butcher, "The Difference a Day Makes" by Simon R. Green, "The Third Death of the Little Clay Dog" by Kat Richardson, and "Noah's Orphans" by Thomas E. Sniegoski. Each of the stories stars the author's signature character so, if you want to read about a character you like by an author you enjoy, this book is for you.

From official release/information:

Product Description: The best paranormal private investigators have been brought together in a single volume—and cases don't come any harder than this.

New York Times bestselling author Jim Butcher delivers a hard-boiled tale in which Harry Dresden's latest case may be his last.

Nightside dweller John Taylor is hired by a woman to find something she lost—her memory—in a thrilling noir tale from New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green.

National bestselling author Kat Richardson's Greywalker finds herself in too deep when a "simple job" goes bad and Harper Blaine is enmeshed in a tangle of dark secrets and revenge from beyond the grave.

For centuries, the being that we know as Noah lived among us. Now he is dead, and fallen-angel-turned-detective Remy Chandler has been hired to find out who killed him in a whodunit by national bestselling author Thomas E. Sniegoski.

(Source: Roc)

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