Three Mean Streets

Three Mean Streets

by Frank Tuttle

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Overview

Three Mean Streets

Welcome to Rannit, an ancient city awash in magic and mayhem. Wracked by war, but embracing the dubious wonders of steam and iron, Rannit is on the path to renewal – but old magics and older shadows won't go easily into the light.

Markhat earns his living as a finder. On behalf of his clients, Markhat will find anyone, or anything, for a fee. In Three Mean Streets, his clients include a dead man's ghost, a mighty Troll warrior seeking his cousin's mounted head, and the true identity of the corpse allegedly stalking the grounds of a rich widow's mansion.

Markhat doesn't believe in ghosts and walking corpses, but for twenty crowns a day, plus expenses, he'll wade in swinging. With the aid of soothsayer and card-reader Mama Hog, Markhat sets out on three perilous cases, and they share only one thing in common – nothing in Rannit is quite what it seems, and sometimes good and dead isn't good enough.

Author's Note:
The three Markhat adventures in THREE MEAN STREETS were originally published under the title THE MARKHAT FILES. The stories included are THE MISTER TROPHY, DEAD MAN'S RAIN, and THE CADAVER CLIENT. If you have previously purchased THE MARKHAT FILES or any of the titles stated, you already own these, so you don't need to purchase them again.

There is an order to the Markhat Files series. They are best read thusly:

THREE MEAN STREETS
HOLD THE DARK
THE BANSHEE'S WALK
THE BROKEN BELL
BROWN RIVER QUEEN
THE FIVE FACES
THE DARKER CARNIVAL
WAY OUT WEST

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158579004
Publisher: Sizzling Lizard Press
Publication date: 01/08/2018
Series: The Markhat Files , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 677 KB

About the Author

Frank Tuttle is a winged marsupial who lives in Mississippi. He prefers beer to wine, oxygen to nitrogen, and dark to light. Please don't mention the feathers on his tail.

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