City of Devils #3
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When the Night War ravages the world, turning it into a universe of pulp monsters, humans become a downtrodden minority. Nick Moss, the last human private eye in LA, is searching for a shadowy monster slayer, for an invisible man with dangerous info who, well, vanished…and for a killer of talented human beauties—while trying to avoid being turned or killed outright by powerful monsters, some of whom are his employers or their lieutenants.
But Nick’s uneasy past further complicates matters, as he discovers that almost nothing remains confidential in the City of Devils.
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“Robinson’s writing is a delightful cross between H.P. Lovecraft and Raymond Chandler, and it revels in its oddities and dark tones. His eye for detail and entertaining side characters (a cornucopia of monsters that have overrun L.A. and often speak in tongue-in-cheek one-liners) create a delightfully rich atmosphere that the reader can plunge into.” —Publishers Weekly
“As with the prior novels in this series, Nick Moss’ assignment […] is always tied in to […] schemes and subtexts that further the world-building, deepen Moss’s character, and serve as love letters to Los Angeles’ culture and geography on a par with those of Tim Powers.” —Kate Sherrod, Skiffy & Fanty
“Once again, Justin Robinson weaves a complicated tale set in a delightful universe. // As always, his books […] leave the reader wanting more.” —Ashley Perkins, Game Vortexer
“…Robinson brings his deft touch to a story that is at turns delightful and weirdly humorous, yet still manages to offer wry observations on society today.” —John F.D. Taff, Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of The End in All Beginnings
“Justin Robinson is quickly proving himself to be the Raymond Chandler of “monster kid” pulp fiction and this is his finest work to date. If you’re a fan of monsters, hard-boiled detective fiction, and quirky genre humor, you owe it to yourself to pick up Wolfman Confidential and the other two novels in this series.”—Daniel Baldwin, Bloody Disgusting
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