Dreams of the Damned

Dreams of the Damned

by Michael Coorlim

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This book is available as part of the Steampunk Omnibus. Get the first four Galvanic Century novels for 50% of the price! http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/steampunk-omnibus-michael-coorlim/1113852084?ean=2940015788037

With his partner married, brilliant engineer James Wainwright is at a loose end. When Scotland Yard asks for help with a hostage situation at a mental hospital, he's only too eager to lend a hand - particularly after he meets the winsome Doctor Loni Teague.
His partner socialite Bartleby, however, has a personal connection - Bedford is the institution into which he had his embarrassment of a father committed a decade ago, and now the old man has asked for him personally. The director, Paddock, has been murdered, and Bartleby the elder won't relinquish the asylum until the true killer has been found.

The Home Office has allocated the detectives a scant few hours before the Metropolitan Police mount an assault on the asylum - if the detectives fail to get the answers they need from the madmen holding it, many innocent lives will be lost, and a murderer may go free.

This is the fourth novel in the Galvanic Century Edwardian steampunk series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148890072
Publisher: Pomoconsumption Press
Publication date: 10/31/2013
Series: Galvanic Century , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 200
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

MICHAEL COORLIM went from being homeless to being a full-time science fiction author writing strange stories for stranger people. He's written both the extensive steampunk Galvanic Century series, and the near-future technothriller series Shadow Decade.

In his spare time he produces audio drama serials for Burning Brigid Media's podcast Synesthesia Theatre, and develops role-playing supplements for Taoscordian Games.

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