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A Clear and Feathered Danger (K23 Detectives #1)

3.36 of 5 stars 3.36  ·  rating details  ·  11 ratings  ·  3 reviews
In the technological dystopia of New Delta, the Avian Syndicate, a criminal empire made up entirely of large purple birds, wants the one thing they can’t steal. To get it, they recruit an abused goblin shaman, cast out from her people; with her help, they devise a daring plan that no one sees coming.

Standing in their way is Alfonso Deegan, a grizzled but happily married pr
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Published June 16th 2011
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Noah Murphy
Nov 11, 2011 Noah Murphy rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
I'm the author, rating it five stars would be cheap.
S.M. Johnson
I gave this 3 stars more as a matter of personal taste preference than anything else. It was a bit more "otherworldly" than I usually read, so I really can't give an accurate review.

If you like futuristic worlds with a host of new species of beings to learn about, and you'd like this world to contain a vaguely hard-boiled detective, then this book will probably work for you. The author has a reasonable grasp of the craft of writing, the setting and plot elements are clear without being over-expl
D.L. Morrese
A lot of stuff here for 99¢. This book has dragons, goblins, elves, and magic in a high-tech world. This first book of the series introduces a lot of characters and sets up a world with a much potential for future stories.
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Noah Murphy grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland which features prominently in his writing. After graduating from Goucher College with a double major in philosophy and religion, he began a pet sitting service. In his spare time Noah volunteers at a not for profit parrot rescue. His love of animals provides inspiration for many of the anthropomorphic characters in his books.

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