Sinners & Sorcerers, Four Urban Fantasy Stories by Robert J. Crane, SM Reine, Scott Nicholson & J.R. Rain and Daniel Arenson


Four very distinctive and memorable Urban Fantasy stories.  I actually ended buying this box-set, despite being given a copy to review (thank you again to the authors).

20446140Sort of sucks big time when the tables get turned on you, especially when you’re the one usually dishing out the judgment and punishment. Poor old Cèsar just can’t seem to catch a break when he wakes up to find himself in the midst of a crime scene and he is the only viable suspect. Unfortunately he can’t remember who, when, what or how and that may have something to do with the 50 Shades of Alcohol from the night before. So what does a member of the supernatural law enforcement do when caught in such a predicament? More of the review… 

To learn more about SM Reine and her books take a look here

calledMight want to think twice about summoning a demon in a field full of cows…just sayin’…                                                                                    This is something completely different for Crane.A walk on the darker, more gruesome border of the worlds of Urban Fantasy.I am not sure how I feel about this one. It lacked the distinctive style and Craneness I have come to enjoy about his books and yet it had a certain je ne sais quoi.We have a trio of main characters, Hollywood the gentleman demon with the morals of an alley cat, Hendricks the nonchalant demon-hunter and Arch the cop with a conscience. More of the review…

Find more books by Robert J Crane here or read a little more about this talented scribe here

9045547If all the Fallen Angels are brothers then doesn’t that make the daughters and sons of said angels relatives of all the other angels. So technically that makes Beelzebub an uncle to the half-sisters Bet-al and Laila. That makes all the seducing of very young girls just ever so slightly incestuous and Beelzebub a little less of a charming seducer.
The concept was quite interesting but the story suffered a little from repetitive phrases and the superb battle between the evil and good forces was overshadowed by the romantic overtures of the overeager Lord of Hell. More of the review…

To find out more  about  the books of Daniel Arenson click here

9757320The beginning is a tad somber much like the main character Albert Shipway. There isn’t much that isn’t wrong about his life and to top it all off he ends up making the acquaintance of an odd old woman who decides he needs to be cursed.Just when you think things can’t get worse than they are and you find they can.
In one day Albert gets a curse, becomes a father of a baby kidnapped by his psycho ex-wife and finds there is a small matter of a serial killer gone zombie Golem to deal with. Happy Days. More of the review…

To discover a little more about Scott Nicholson take a look here and for the books by J.R. Rain here

I highly recommend all of the above!


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