They walk the streets no one else can walk, take the jobs no one else will take, and if you've got a problem—and the cash—they can solve it.Of course, if you're case involves rabid werewolves, cursed objects, the living dead, malevolent beings from another dimension, or other "unusual"... show more
They walk the streets no one else can walk, take the jobs no one else will take, and if you've got a problem—and the cash—they can solve it.Of course, if you're case involves rabid werewolves, cursed objects, the living dead, malevolent beings from another dimension, or other "unusual" circumstances, it may cost you a bit extra....Finally, the best paranormal private investigators have been brought together in a single volume boasting all-new novellas by the greatest authors in the genre. And cases don’t come any harder than these...New York Times Bestselling Author Jim Butcher delivers a story in which Harry Dresden—Chicago's only professional wizard—tries to protect a friend from danger and ends up becoming a target himself.John Taylor, the best PI in the secret heart of London known as the Nightside, has a rep to uphold—he can find anything. But locating the lost memory of a desperate woman may prove to be his toughest case ever 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" in Mexico goes awry on the Day of the Dead, and Harper Blaine is enmeshed in a tangle of dark family secrets and revenge from beyond the grave.He was known as Noah, an ancient being who lived among us for centuries. Now he is dead, and Boston-based fallen angel-turned-detective Remy Chandler has been hired to find out who—or what—murdered him in a whodunit by National Bestselling Author Thomas E. Sniegoski.From the back cover of ISBN 0451462491 / 9780451462497
Edition language: English
Series: Remy Chandler (#1)
This is a collection of four longer novellas in the urban fantasy genre written by a quarter of well-regarded writers that showcases each of their characters in ongoing series. I have actually read two of these already: "The Warrior" by Jim Butcher and "What a Difference a Day Makes" by Simon R. Gre...