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Fire Water: A Prospero's War Novella

Fire Water: A Prospero's War Novella

Rookie cop Kate Prospero only has one more training assignment to pass before she’s officially sworn in to Babylon Police Department. But the veteran cop in charge of the river patrol boat is a salty old guy isn’t happy about playing tour guide to a rookie and seems even less interested in real police work. But while on patrol, they stumble on to what appears to be a floating dirty magic lab. This highly combustible situation might finally be the key to these two unlikely partners finding common ground.


Word count ~ 19,000

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Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary

On Sale: January 6th 2015

Price: $2.99 / $3.99 (CAD)

Page Count: 72

ISBN-13: 9780316299886

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Praise

"A fresh, magical world full of potion junkies and alchemists that promises to break new ground in paranormal thrillers."—Laurell K. Hamilton
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"Jaye Wells raises the urban fantasy bar with Dirty Magic, a hard-boiled series debut as unique and surprising as the creatures and characters peopling it. Kate Prospero is charged with policing the Cauldron, a magical world so fully realized, and so gritty, it gets under your nails. Wells is known for deftly weaving non-stop action with no-holds barred humor, but the unique and deeply drawn relationships are the real alchemy here. Dirty Magic showcases seasoned pro, Wells, at the top of her game, and establishes newcomer Kate Prospero as the urban fantasy heroine to beat."—New York Times bestselling author Vicki Pettersson on Dirty Magic.
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"Kate Prospero is my new favorite heroine -- imperfect, haunted, driven, and dangerous."—New York Times bestselling author Kevin Hearne on Dirty Magic
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"Hold on tight -- a gritty new heroine has joined the pantheon of shoot-first, ask-questions-later protagonists."—RT Book Reviews on Red-Headed Stepchild
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"A fast-paced fun book"—New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris on Red-Headed Stepchild
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"Last year, I wrote that Jaye Wells had the potential to be the next coming of Laurell K. Hamilton and Kim Harrison. This year, I'll amend that slightly: Jaye Wells is the next coming of LKH and Kim Harrison."—www.bn.com on Green-Eyed Demon
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