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Mean Streets by Jim Butcher, Kat Richardson, Simon R. Green and Thomas E. Sniegoski

Mean Streets

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Mean Streets by Jim Butcher, Kat Richardson, Simon R. Green and Thomas E. Sniegoski
Jan 06, 2009 | ISBN 9780451462497
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    Jan 06, 2009 | ISBN 9780451462497

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    Jan 06, 2009 | ISBN 9781440699948

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“Readers will be delighted with this collection of original novellas tied to popular crime/fantasy series…All solid and suspenseful, these stories are sure to please.”—Publishers Weekly
“Entertaining excitement…Four great stories you won’t want to miss, as they seem to fill in some of the gaps between novels and give you a peek into the character’s lives you like to read about.”—SFRevu
“These four new novellas by top urban noir authors will entertain while showing the seedier, darker side of town and human nature…Imaginative yet humanizing storylines with familiar characters make this collection a treat and a great introduction for readers new to the genre.”—Monsters and Critics
“Each tale is well written, feeling complete even in the novella format, and complement one another as the writers rose to the occasion of expectations from their fan base. An obvious must for readers of any of the four paranormal sagas, newcomers will appreciate the introductions to these literary legends as they investigate the otherworldly Mean Streets.”—Alternative Worlds
“This is a good collection for urban fantasy and noir lovers, combining mystery and magic in thrilling storylines.”—News and Sentinel

“Four of today’s most talented urban fantasy authors combine their magic to deliver an outstanding collection. Walking in these characters’ shoes is enlightening, frightening, and not for the faint of heart!”—RT Book Reviews

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