The Jacq of Spades: A Future Noir Novel

The Jacq of Spades: A Future Noir Novel

by Patricia Loofbourrow
The Jacq of Spades: A Future Noir Novel

The Jacq of Spades: A Future Noir Novel

by Patricia Loofbourrow



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A boy vanishes. But not just any boy.

1899 years after the Catastrophe, Bridges is owned by the Mob. As the city's steam-driven infrastructure fails, a new faction rises: the Red Dogs.

Jacqueline Spadros is haunted by her best friend Air's death, killed as he tried to stop her sale to the Spadros crime syndicate ten years ago. Now in an unwilling marriage to the city's biggest drug lord, she secretly runs a small-time private eye business to earn enough money to escape.

Air's little brother disappears from his back porch. And now someone is following Jacqui.

Dark, gritty, psychological, multi-layered Victorian-inspired far future detective noir that keeps the reader guessing to the very end.

The Jacq of Spades is part 1 of a 13-part serial novel:

The Jacq of Spades
The Queen of Diamonds
The Ace of Clubs
The King of Hearts
The Ten of Spades
The Five of Diamonds
The Two of Hearts
The Three of Spades
The Knave of Hearts
The Four of Clubs (coming October 2023)

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Note: this story will be published in serial format on Royal Road.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152441079
Publisher: Patricia Loofbourrow
Publication date: 11/11/2015
Series: Red Dog Conspiracy
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 332 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Patricia Loofbourrow, MD is an SFF and non-fiction writer, PC gamer, ornamental food gardener, fiber artist, and wildcrafter who loves power tools, dancing, genetics and anything to do with outer space. She was born in southern California and has lived in Chicago and Tokyo. She currently lives in Oklahoma with her husband and three grown children.

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