Mark Finn is an author, pop culture critic, essayist, and playwright. He is recognized as an authority on the Texas author Robert E. Howard and has written extensively on that subject. His biography, Blood and Thunder: The Life and Art of Robert E. Howard, was nominated for a World Fantasy award and is now available in an updated and expanded second edition. Finn's fiction can be found in Ray Guns Over Texas, Tails From the Pack, Empty Hearts, The Transformation of Lawrence Croft, and Fight Card: The Adventures of Sailor Tom Sharkey , among others. He lives in North Texas with his long-suffering wife, too many books, and an affable pit bull named Sonya.
Year of the Hareby Mark Finn
As Bowen comes to grips with his new home in San Cibola's Chinatown,
Sam Bowen is half-shaman, half-witch, and all rogue. He has wandered all over the country on a desperate quest: to find the source of the curse that has destroyed his family and reverse it, if he can. Now, in the magic-steeped city of San Cibola, he may finally uncover the answers he seeks.
As Bowen comes to grips with his new home in San Cibola's Chinatown, strange obligations to his adopted family put him in harm's way over and over again. Will Bowen master the dangers of the big city, or will his personal demons overwhelm him?
Year of the Hare is a fast, action-packed, post-modern pulp story with surprises and a wry quip around every corner.
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