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Bitter Gold Hearts (Garrett, P. I. Series #2)
     

Bitter Gold Hearts (Garrett, P. I. Series #2)

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by Glen Cook
 

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The Stormwarden's children have been kidnapped and Garrett, P.I. is on the case. But caught between the bewitching beauty of a half-elf and the fearsome power of a horde of ogres, Garrett has to think twice before sacrificing all for a fortune in gold-after all, even in this enchanted land, he's only human.

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The Stormwarden's children have been kidnapped and Garrett, P.I. is on the case. But caught between the bewitching beauty of a half-elf and the fearsome power of a horde of ogres, Garrett has to think twice before sacrificing all for a fortune in gold-after all, even in this enchanted land, he's only human.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101522769
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
06/07/1988
Series:
Garrett, P.I. , #2
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
202,787
File size:
450 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Born in 1944, Glen Cook grew up in northern California, served in the U.S. Navy, and attended the University of Missouri. Cook began to write while working for General Motors at an auto assembly plant. He has published many science fiction and fantasy novels, including the Garrett P.I. series of novels about an occult-detective, and the very popular Black Company books, and the Dread Empire series. He retired from his job at GM and lives near St. Louis, Missouri, with his wife Carol.

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Bitter Gold Hearts 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
bookworm1228 More than 1 year ago
In general, this series is an entertaining combination of fantasy and film noir. The mystery story was good, and the main characters are generally pretty likeable, though the women always tend to be beautiful and sexually available, and the men always tend to be strong and good fighters. But, I have to give it to Cook: combining a dark mystery with elves and ogres is a really interesting take on two genres that can get old and formulaic. The war happening in the background of the series is also interesting, and I'm curious to see if this plotline is developed more in future books. Really looking forward to the rest of the books in the series!
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