Monday and the Counterfeit Corpse [NOOK Book]

Overview

In a sprawling urban landscape where magic is as common as technology, Zack Monday is a hard-working private detective, street-smart, resourceful, and clever. But his latest case takes him far away from the streets he knows and into a far off magical land where all the rules are different and the slightest misstep might mean disaster. Zack must face down immortal goblin warriors, aristocratic thieves, and all the other arrogant and powerful lords of the land to find out which one of them is a murderer. The clock ...
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Monday and the Counterfeit Corpse

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Overview

In a sprawling urban landscape where magic is as common as technology, Zack Monday is a hard-working private detective, street-smart, resourceful, and clever. But his latest case takes him far away from the streets he knows and into a far off magical land where all the rules are different and the slightest misstep might mean disaster. Zack must face down immortal goblin warriors, aristocratic thieves, and all the other arrogant and powerful lords of the land to find out which one of them is a murderer. The clock is ticking and if he doesn't figure it all out in time it'll more than just his own neck on the line this time.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016396804
  • Publisher: Cherrytree Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/11/2013
  • Series: 5th World , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 275
  • File size: 419 KB

Meet the Author

Andrew Kirschbaum was born in Nebraska in 1967. Education, employment, and an overseas war kept the Kirschbaum family on the move for the next ten years, living in Nebraska, Iowa, Nevada, and Florida before settling in Massachusetts. A basic ineptitude at anything not related to reading and writing his native language led to a B.A. in English Literature from Brandeis University and a short-lived career as a technical writer. In 1991, he started 3 Trolls Games & Puzzles – a traditional board game and puzzle store in Chelmsford, MA – with his family and has been running it ever since. In 2011 he collaborated with a group of friends and family to produce Verdigris, an interactive novel for the iPhone and iPad; his first traditional novel, Monday and the Murdered Man, followed shortly thereafter. Monday and the Counterfeit Corpse is his second and he is currently working on the next Monday adventure, another interactive novel, and various live action role playing games.
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