Cadaver Client, The

Cadaver Client, The

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by Frank Tuttle
     
 

Markhat’s new client is already dead and buried—or is he?

The Markhat Files, Book 4

Humans, Trolls and even the halfdead have all passed through Markhat’s door—more than once—seeking his services as a finder of missing persons and lost loves. This is a first, though. This time, his client is a dead man. At least

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Markhat’s new client is already dead and buried—or is he?

The Markhat Files, Book 4

Humans, Trolls and even the halfdead have all passed through Markhat’s door—more than once—seeking his services as a finder of missing persons and lost loves. This is a first, though. This time, his client is a dead man. At least that’s what Granny Knot claims. But as long as the coin is real, Markhat has no trouble working for a guilt-ridden ghost.

Trouble is exactly what he finds, and soon he suspects his client, ghost or not, has darker motives for finding his estranged wife than the reconciliation he claims. Left with a cadaver for a client, a spook doctor for a partner, and Mama Hog as advisor on all things spiritual, Markhat must unravel a dark mystery ten years old, and do it before another grave is filled. Maybe his own.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605048482
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
12/22/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
101
Sales rank:
856,587
File size:
957 KB

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BearMountainBooks-Maria More than 1 year ago
I've loved all the Markhat books. I read this one second. The first three can be read in any order; after that, stick to the order they were published as the world gets more detailed and the characters grow and change in a realistic manner. These are great little fantasy detective stories; similar to Dresden Files. The first three are shorter than full novels, but make for a great little afternoon sitting or a train ride. The characters make the books from Markhat the finder, to Mama Hog the witch and even the three-legged cat. Highly recommended!