Dead Man’s Hand Free Download

27 Sep

Free Download Friday Thru Sunday

This weekend, I’m offering the first novella in my Ace Stubble series as a FREE download on Amazon.

For fans of Jim Butcher, Simon R. Green, and Charlie Huston…welcome to the world of Ace Stubble, where the undead, the disembodied and the mythical bump up against the living in their day-to-day existence–and where a creature of the night ends up needing a good lawyer every now and then.

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Zombies, werewolves, vampires, rival Bowie tribute bands, and conjoined twin mobsters…it’s all in a day’s work for Ace Stubble.

Ace should have learned a long time ago that “easy” jobs are never that easy, but how could this one go wrong? All he needs to do is find the right re-animator to put some life back into the dead man’s hand that his friend Pixel Patterson has acquired. There could be a good deal of money in it–and it doesn’t hurt that Pixel is easy on the eyes.

Unfortunately, re-animators aren’t all that cooperative in this city, and before long Ace is calling in favors that lead to other favors. When a van-load of zombies goes missing, Ace realizes there’s more to the dead man’s hand than he’d thought, and there are people far more dangerous than Pixel Patterson trying to unlock the hand’s secrets. But now it’s too late for Ace to back out of the deal, and he has to rely on more than favors if he’s going to come out of this one still in one piece.

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Already have the first Ace Stubble novella? You can always grab a copy of the second book, Unfinished Business.

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