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The Wizard of Sunset Strip (Wizard #3)

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In this sequel to the popular Wizard of Whitechapel, Wydrune the Warlock must stop the Dark Ones who are turning Hollywood into a fantasy land of eternal horror. Accompanied by his strange band of friends, Wydrune searches for a murderous devil plaguing Tinseltown.
Mass Market Paperback, 202 pages
Published October 28th 1989 by Popular Library (first published October 1989)
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PurplyCookie
Apr 26, 2009 PurplyCookie rated it it was ok
In this sequel to "Wizard of Whitechapel", Wydrune the Warlock must stop the Dark Ones who are turning Hollywood into a fantasy land of eternal horror. In an era when film magic is done with real magic, it's hard to tell where illusion ends and sorcery begins.

Accompanied by his strange band of friends (a young wizard, a cat burglar, a cockney punk possessed by the spirit of Merlin) Wydrune (the last survivor of Camelot) searches for a murderous devil plaguing Tinseltown.


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Michael D.
Jan 21, 2015 Michael D. rated it really liked it
The gang from The Wizard of Whitechapel has traveled to L.A. to track down a necromancer, and to do that, Modred has agreed to finance a film about Merlin. I still think that this series would play very well on television.
MarsianMan
May 31, 2009 MarsianMan rated it liked it
Like the previous book: good characters, good story, but with a plot epic enough to warrant a more in-depth storytelling.
(copy pasted the review from the previous book)

It followed a very similar pattern to the previous book.
Laura
Apr 10, 2015 Laura rated it liked it
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Entertaining book in the Wizard series by Simon Hawke. These are very light reading, with a bit of humor thrown in.
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[reread 4/7/16] reading funk essentially broken; Hawke weaves fun tongue in cheek stories that don't take themselves too seriously.
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aka J.D. Masters, Nicholas V. Yermakov

He was born Nicholas Valentin Yermakov, but began writing as Simon Hawke in 1984 and later changed his legal name to Hawke. He has also written near future adventure novels under the penname "J. D. Masters" and a series of humorous mystery novels.
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