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It starts as a simple job — but simple jobs, when you're dealing with the magical world, often end up anything but.

As a Retriever, Wren Valere specializes in finding things gone missing — and then bringing them back, no questions asked. Normally her job is stimulating, challenging and only a little bit dangerous. But every once in a while...

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Overview

Manhattan's night life just got weirder...

It starts as a simple job — but simple jobs, when you're dealing with the magical world, often end up anything but.

As a Retriever, Wren Valere specializes in finding things gone missing — and then bringing them back, no questions asked. Normally her job is stimulating, challenging and only a little bit dangerous. But every once in a while...

Case in point: A cornerstone containing a spell is stolen and there's a magical complication. (Isn't there always?) Wren's unique abilities aren't enough to lay this particular case to rest, so she turns to some friends: a demon (minor), a mage who has lost his mind, and a few others, including Sergei, her business partner (and maybe a bit more?).

Sometimes what a woman has to do to get the job done is enough to give even Wren nightmares....

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Laura Anne Gilman writes with "a high note of cleverness, craft and sympathy."(Booklist on "Blood Thirst")
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780373802531
  • Publisher: Luna
  • Publication date: 6/1/2006
  • Series: Retrievers Series , #1
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 4.21 (w) x 6.62 (h) x 1.09 (d)

Meet the Author

Laura Anne Gilman is the author of the popular Cosa Nostradamus books for Luna (the “Retrievers” and “Paranormal Scene Investigations” urban fantasy series), and the Nebula award-nominated The Vineart War trilogy from Pocket, as well as the YA trilogy GRAIL QUEST for Harper. Her first story collection is DRAGON VIRUS and she continues to write and sell short fiction in a variety of genres. Follow her at @LAGilman or www.lauraannegilman.net

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"Hey, lady! Move it or lose it!"

The cyclist sped past her, a blur of expensive aluminum, narrow wheels and Lycra-clad body topped by a screaming-orange helmet. He — she? it? — hopped off the curb and dove into the light traffic moving up Madison Avenue, almost slamming into a cab that was cruising around the opposite corner looking for an early-morning fare. The cabbie slammed on the brakes and the horn at the same time, and the bike messenger made a rude gesture as he wove in and out of the middle of the street, heading downtown.

"Oh, for a stick to spoke his wheels," Wren said wistfully, staring after the cyclist with annoyance. The man standing next to her smothered a surprised burst of laughter. Wren blinked. She hadn't been kidding; bicycle messengers were a menace.

Dismissing the incident with the single-minded focus she brought to every job, Wren turned her attention back to the building in front of her; the reason she was standing out on the corner at this ungodly hour of the a.m. on a Monday. What terrible sin had she committed in a past life, to get all the morning gigs in this life? She made a soft, snorting noise, amused at her own indignation. At least it was a pretty morning as those things went.

In fact, Manhattan in the spring was a pretty decent place to be. Winter meant slush and biting winds, while summer had a range of heat-induced smells that ranged from disgusting to putrid. You could live in the city then, but you generally didn't like it. But spring, she thought, spring was the time to be here. The sun was warming up, the breeze was cool, and people were in the mood to smile at each other. Even bad days had an edge of promise to them.

But right now, spring weather aside, Wren couldn't find a damn thing to be happy about. Seven in the morning was way too early, and the job that had sounded like quick and easy money at first was rapidly going deep into the proverbial shitter. She was going to have to do some actual work for her paycheck on this one.

"Maybe that will teach you to answer the phone before six," she said out loud. "Excuse me?"

Rafe, the guard who had been detailed to "help" her, had a cute little wrinkle between his eyebrows, totally spoiling his until-now perfect Little RentACop look.

"Nothing. Never mind." Don't talk to yourself in front of civilians, Valere. It wouldn't have mattered, anyway. Even if she had ignored the phone's ringing two hours ago, before either she or the sun had thought about getting up, the sound of Sergei's voice on the machine would have made her pick the receiver up. She might have the skills that people paid for, but her partner was the one with a nose for jobs that was slowly but surely making them moderately well-off, if not obscenely wealthy. Only a fool would pass up a call from someone like that, no matter what the time.

And while Wren Valere was many things, a fool had never been one of them.

"Rafe? Can you go get me a refill of water?" she asked, handing him the plastic sports bottle she had been holding. He wasn't thrilled at being an errand boy, she could tell, but his orders had been explicit. Give Ms. Valere all the help she needed. Type of help not specified. So he went.

Freed from observation, she sat back on her heels and closed her eyes slowly, holding them shut for a count of ten. She had been doing this long enough that it didn't take her any longer than that to slip into a state of clear-minded awareness. The sounds of early-morning traffic, the smells of exhaust and fresh-budding greenery all faded, leaving her with a clear, concentrated, settled mind. As she opened her eyes slowly, not rushing anything, her gaze went back to the sleek marble foundation in front of her, as though there might have been some change in those ten-plus seconds of blackout.

Nope. Nothing. It still looked as ordinary and commonplace as before, one of any of a hundred-plus buildings throughout the city built in the same time period. No bloody handprint, no chisel marks or dust left on the pale gray surface, no sign of any kind of disturbance at all. Nothing to suggest there was something different about this northeast corner of the building, as opposed to the southeast, the southwest or the northwest sides. The four corners of this building stretched out over a full city block, and she'd just spent the past hour becoming far too familiar with all four.

God, she hated prep work! But you had to check everything before you started looking for anything. Even the stuff you knew you wouldn't find. Except, of course, the fact that one corner, or rather one small block inside of this corner, wasn't really there anymore.

A deliberate letting-go of her concentration, and the fugue state slipped away. Wren stood, arching her back to release some of the tension that had gathered there. Magic — current, in the post-eighteenth century terminology — was easy enough to use, if you had the Talent, but that didn't make it easy.

Her throat felt like sandpaper. She looked around, but Rafe wasn't back yet with her water. He must have gone all the way up to the executive lunchroom for San Pellegrino.

She clicked on the miniature recorder in her hand, and spoke into it, remembering to speak slowly enough that she would be able to transcribe correctly later on that day. "No indications of newly-made marks or disturbances on the site, not that that means anything — I bet they have a team of sanitation experts who come in every morning and sluice the building down, just in case a pigeon poops on it accidentally."

All right, she thought. A slight exaggeration. But not by much. The guy who'd designed this had obviously had some penile issues that needed to be worked out, though.

The building in question was a thirty-eight-floor skyscraper, gleaming steel and glass in the early-morning light. A troop of window washers could spend a full year just wiping and polishing the expanse of windows. An edifice built to proclaim the owner's ego to a city already overwhelmed with capital-P Personalities.

"From the exterior, the building looks intact. This is supported by the engineer's report —" And how the hell had they found someone willing and able to do a full review of the building this morning? Money not only talked, it must have bellowed.

But the report she had found in the folder left at her door by one of Sergei's ever-efficient contacts was clear on that. The missing piece had been removed from within the building, without cracking the concrete and steel surrounds. The building itself had not been harmed in any way by the alleged disruption to its structural integrity. Therefore, it was only her imagination that made the headquarters of Frants Enterprises tilt ever-so-slightly to the left. Cornerstones didn't actually support any weight in modern buildings, or so she had been informed by a quick skim through the multitude of building and construction sites on the Internet while she waited for her coffee to brew. They were there for show, to display the construction date, as tradition. Sometimes, as receptacles of time capsules, or good-luck charms —

Or protection spells.

Wren had been part of the magic-using community since she was fourteen. She'd never once used a protection spell, or known anyone else who did, either. But a lot of people swore by them, apparently. And were willing to pay good money to get them back.

She drummed her fingers on her denim-clad thigh, thinking. Sometimes you needed to know all the facts. Sometimes, knowing anything more than the essentials just clogged the works. The trick was knowing which situation called for what method. She glanced up the length of the building, then blinked and looked away again quickly. The view made her dizzy, not so much from the sunlight reflecting off the glass as the sense of...no, not menace, exactly. But a looming emptiness that was disturbing. As though something more vital than a chunk of rock had been stolen away.

Wren frowned, redirecting her attention to the build-ing's foundation again, squinting as though hoping to suddenly be struck with X-ray vision. Not one of the recorded skill sets of Talent, worse luck. But if a Talent couldn't get the job done, it was time to use your brain, and she had a pretty decent one if she did say so herself. Eliminating the impossible, you're left with the obvious; it would take magic to get the missing slab out without doing major damage to the entire building. And that was exactly the feat someone had apparently mastered on this very building, at approximately 11:32 the night before. So, magic. Which narrowed the playing field not only for culprits, but motives.

She nodded to herself, twirling the recorder absently in one hand. A rather impressive act of vandalism, in more ways than one; it showed off the vandals' abilities without making a fuss the usual authorities could follow, assuming they would even be interested in a case like this; it in no way harmed the integrity of the building and therefore didn't put anyone working there at risk; and it struck deep in the heart of the building's owner and prime resident's deepest, ugliest fear.

It was a hacker's trick, showing how easy it would be to really harm the target, without doing anything they could easily be prosecuted for. Only in this case, it wasn't all just show. Damage had been done, if not anything you could explain on a police report, or an insurance waiver.

Their employer had two very simple questions: who did this, and how soon can you get it back? Right now Wren was more concerned with how it had been done. In her experience, once you found the tools, it was generally a simple matter to find the workman. And once they'd found him, the fun part began.

Only problem was, this bastard didn't seem to have left any external traces at all. Wren was — grudgingly — impressed.

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  • Posted September 14, 2010

    Hired new editors yet?

    Sadly, I failed to read the excerpt before wasting my money. Maybe it wouldn't have helped.

    I'm 52 years old and have read fantasy fiction since high school, and this has to be some of the worst writing that I have ever read in a published novel. I have read reasonably written novels with poorly realized story lines, but this novel simply has some of the worst grammar and style that I have ever run across. The underlying story could be great, but I'll never know.

    Ms. Gilman and an English grammar class have never crossed paths; and, no, she did not break the rules for effect or style. If she had, it would have shown finesse. Instead, her writing displayed a hodgepodge of nearly random marks of punctuation scattered through her paragraphs.

    The number one rule of grammar for writers is that you must first know the rules before purposely, for effect or style, breaking them. Her persistent breaking of rules became a perpetual distraction. I had no chance of getting involved in the story because I was constantly yanked out of it with some god-awful sentence construction or dialogue.

    To make matters worse, she seemed desperate to sound cutesy with her style, from atrocious dialogue to the renaming of common character types with descriptors such as 'wizarts' and other such nonsense. She just made herself sound idiotic -- to an adult reader, at least. I couldn't make up my mind as to whether Ms. Gilman was a 15-year-old trying to sound like an adult, but having no clue how they speak, or if she was an adult gearing the novel for the 10-and-under crowd?

    Neither option sounds likely. So....

    Ms. Gilman has published quite a few other works, so maybe this is just a single instance of bad writing, and her other novels are better. But that shouldn't let the editors off the hook. (And, yes, I purposely started sentences with conjunctions, to let you know that I am not a purist.) Her editors should be fired if they consider this novel's writing quality worthy of publication.

    Maybe I would have enjoyed the overall story if I could have survived the writing, but it was so distracting that I couldn't stand forcing myself beyond the first four chapters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2013

    Good but not good

    This book was confusing and often drifted off topic. Sometimes i wondered if there was a book before this one. Overall this book had a good plot.

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  • Posted September 23, 2011

    good

    staying dead is the first retrievers novel that I have read, bukt not the last.
    Wren finds things for people and steals them back.nher skills and magic.
    her partner Sergel owns are art gallery. But has lots more skills.
    Its a whole new York with magic,demoms, angel wizzards and humans.
    Its a action,fantasy and clean book.

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  • Posted September 7, 2009

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    Addicted Already

    Surprisingly fresh and entertaining variation on the paranormal mystery/romance. Wren Valere is not a magically capable thief -- she's a Retriever, using her skills to help clients get back things they have lost or had stolen. Her partner Sergei handles the business end, and it's been a good partnership for 10 years -- strictly business, of course. These two characters anchor an interesting and large cast.

    The banter is bright, the plot has plenty of turns, and the world Gilman cre...more Surprisingly fresh and entertaining variation on the paranormal mystery/romance. Wren Valere is not a magically capable thief -- she's a Retriever, using her skills to help clients get back things they have lost or had stolen. Her partner Sergei handles the business end, and it's been a good partnership for 10 years -- strictly business, of course. These two characters anchor an interesting and large cast.

    The banter is bright, the plot has plenty of turns, and the world Gilman creates is layered, complex and believable. She has a light hand, creating it with hints and opinions and avoiding too many long explanations. It shares certain stylistic elements with other books (Weather Wardens and Dresden Files come to mind) but isn't quite as dark as those series. Of course, that may change.

    I found this first book in the series an addictive read, and I'm eager to get into the next book in the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2009

    Great read

    This is a great series to get into, it's set in everyday life and is written great so that you can almost believe it is real.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2005

    Staying Dead

    Most of us have lost things, right? People with magic do as well- and if it's something that they prefer no one to know they had in the first place, much less lost, they hire people such as Wren and Sergei to find said object and discreetly return it. In this case, the object is a magical protection cornerstone, and the ghost whose prescence is key to the spell. The ghost does not want to return, complicating Wren and Sergei's lives, as does the magical mafia that is after Sergei and all the various secrets floating around. Oh, and there's a small amount of romantic tension going on between the partners, but not enough to put off those who prefer to avoid romantic books. Unfortunately, it's not enough to really satisfy those who seek that sort of thing out. There are some promising elements to this book, but they go largely undeveloped.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2005

    Awesome book.

    This is an amazing book, beautifully written. A must read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2005

    Great plot and characters

    I was drawn in by the cover of this book. Then I read the description and started reading it as soon as I got home. I enjoyed all of the creative characters and can't wait till the second novel comes out!!!! I think its this summer but if you want to know just read her web site.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2004

    Teriffic romantic fantasy

    In a world in which most people believe that magic doesn¿t exist, there remains a sub-culture of Talent thriving. These folks use their powers in a way that keeps them hidden from the unbelievers. Wren Valere is a Retriever, a talent who locates things that have been missing for people who do not want the police involved. She returns the missing object to its owner for a fee negotiated by her partner and agent Sergei Didier. Both Sergei and Wren are loners who make a very good team professionally and personally even though neither wants to admit their feelings for one another.<P> A cornerstone with a spell of protection has been stolen from the Fronts building and the owner wants to get it back. Wren and Sergei intend to retrieve it from the collector who hired a rogue mage to steal the spell. Before they can accomplish the deed, they also must deal with a ghost that was freed when the spell was stolen. If Sergei and Wren want to collect their fee, they have to stop the runaway spirit, who is intent on revenge<P> Fans of Laurell K. Hamilton, Tanya Huff and Mercedes Lackey are going to love STAYING DEAD, a romantic fantasy that stirs the senses and creates a story that is both fulfilling and magical (no pun intended). Laura Anne Gilman makes the reader believe that magic exists and creatures of myth and legend inhabit the earth. It will be very hard to wait for the next Retriever¿s novel coming in the summer of 2005 because Laura Anne Gilman has cast quite a spell on readers.<P> Harriet Klausner

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