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The Five Faces

(Markhat #8)

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"When Death writes your name, there is no erasing it. "

"The Markhat Files, Book 8"

It starts as a typical day in the park, with Markhat tracking a bully the law won t touch, and promising a little girl he ll find her missing dog, name of Cornbread.

But as the sun sets over Rannit, a new menace creeps out with the dark. There s a killer on the loose, and Markhat the finder su
ebook, 238 pages
Published June 17th 2014 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
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Mr. Matt
Jun 29, 2014 rated it liked it
Frank Tuttle knows how to grab his readers. Markhat is working a job, keeping tabs on a well connected ne'er-do-well, when he sees a poor little blind girl on the edge of hysterics. Someone has stolen her doggie, Cornbread. Being the soft-hearted guy that he is Markhat intervenes. And so begins the story.

As a dog owner and the father of daughters, I was hooked. I like it when authors grab you emotionally. Is it manipulative? Yes, yes it is. Does it work? Yes, yes it does. I was pulled into the
Aug 29, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I have been reading Frank Tuttle’s Markhat books since I got my very first Kindle. He quickly became one of my favorite Indie authors. I love the fantasy world and the quirky characters he has invented for this series. So, I was excited when he submitted The Five Faces to Books and Pals for a review and I jumped on it. Needless to say it didn't take me long to settle back into Markhat’s magical world, there is a noir feel to the mysteries and Mr. Tuttle has recently employed steampunk in the mix ...more
Aug 31, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Frank Tuttle is one of my favorite authors and the Markhat stories are fantastic. I am not sure in what world or time these books are set but they include vampires, banshees and other mythical beings along with regular people. There is mystery and danger and grip you from the first paragraph. Fun reading!
Apr 27, 2016 rated it liked it
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Markhat saves the world - again. Which is getting a little tiresome. I liked the stories better when the scope was smaller.

Still, the parts where he finds the dogs and where he flips the coin are beautifully written.

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