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by Simon R. Green, Diana Gabaldon, S.M. Stirling, Laurie R. King, Carrie Vaughn, Gardner R. Dozois, Joe R. Lansdale, Glen Cook, Charlaine Harris, John Maddox Roberts, Melinda M. Snodgrass, Lisa Tuttle, Steven Saylor, Bradley Denton, Conn Iggulden, M.L.N. Hanover, George R.R
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Meledstic rated it 4 years ago
I'm a sucker for these UF anthologies. I always fish in and usually end up liking only a handful of the stories. Which was the case with this one. With some I'd never read the series they were based on, so when I got lost I gave up on the stories. Charlaine Harris' Dahlia story wasn't bad...prob...
Krazykiwi @ Kiwitopia
Krazykiwi @ Kiwitopia rated it 4 years ago
George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois, neither of which are names I instantly associate with urban fantasy, edit this collection of short stories. Martin makes the claim in the introduction that Urban Fantasy is the bastard child of two genres: Noir and Horror. I can see his point, to a degree, and...
Mariana rated it 5 years ago
Review is only for Patricia Brigg's In Red With Pearls. A novella starring Warren and Kyle from the Mercy Thompson series.
Aelli rated it 5 years ago
I've only read "In Red, with Pearls". 4 stars
bookishlyanna rated it 5 years ago
I had to borrow this book because I was only interest in the story by Patricia Briggs, featuring Warren and Kyle from the Mercy Thompson series. So this review is only about that story.I loved it, but at the same time I was left wanting more. Much More. The mystery part was really interesting and I ...
Keertana @ Ivy Book Bindings
Keertana @ Ivy Book Bindings rated it 5 years ago
I only read Patricia Briggs's short story from this novel, but I loved it. Nothing like more Warren and Kyle for my reading pleasure! ;)
wealhtheow rated it 5 years ago
A collection of stories by mostly well-known authors, purportedly all detectives in urban fantasy stories. In actual fact, many of these stories are not set anywhere near cities, several have no magical or supernatural elements, and at least two are neither urban nor fantasy. So I'm not actually su...
Wag The Fox
Wag The Fox rated it 6 years ago
For an anthology with so many high profile names, particularly George R.R. Martin, I don't think I heard a peep about this book. I just happened to spot it sitting on a shelf at my local library during the winter and decided to check it out. Mr. Martin doesn't include a story of his own, nor Dozois,...
One Book Away From an Episode of Hoarders
The stories were kind of hit and miss, much what I expected from a collection of short stories.
Miss Clark
Miss Clark rated it 6 years ago
Only read and rated for Patricia Briggs's In Red, With Pearls, a short story featuring Warren Smith, a well known character in the Mercy Thompson series, as he pursues one of his cases as a PI involving zombies and grudges. It is a good little mystery piece but too brief to give the ending the prop...
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