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The Bloody Moonlight (Ed & Am Hunter #3)

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Ed and Am have gotten away from the Carney life. These days, they're working for the Starlock Detective Agency. Ed's first case is a wealthy client trying to sound out whether an investment's worth it. But then he finds a body with its throat cut, and hears some external howling that might just be from a werewolf.
Paperback, 148 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Blackmask.com (first published 1949)
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Raja99
The third Ed and Am Hunter novel, and it's excellent as usual. I did not read the blackmask.com edition pictured here.
Lukas Persson
What a great book, as enjoyable as anything else from Brown -- still my favorite pulp writer, hands down.
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