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by Simon R. Green

Genre: Fantasy, General Fantasy

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This is an absolutely fantastic and compulsively readable entry in Green's long-running Nightside series. Witty banter, a well- constructed plot and compelling characters combine to make this one hell of a read.

After the war that almost completely destroyed the Nightside, private dick John Taylor finds himself working for the Griffin, an immortal human of immense wealth and power. His beloved granddaughter, Melissa, has disappeared, and the Griffin has given Taylor carte blanche to find her. Starting with the Griffin's family, Taylor digs into the mysterious clan's secrets -- only he has to do it the hard way, since someone or something is blocking his gift for finding people and things -- at least when it comes to Melissa. (Ace, Jan., 272 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Natalie A. Luhrs

Publisher: Ace

Published: January 2007

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