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Way Out West

(Markhat #10)

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The Markhat Files, Book 8

Markhat and Darla journey into the unknown, where Trolls and worse await those who dare the wastelands, and old magics take on new life when fueled by vengeance and the undying power of greed.

Three thousand miles of haunted prairie lie between Rannit’s bustling streets and tiny frontier town of Railsend. Finder Markhat’s new case puts him aboar
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Kindle Edition, 204 pages
Published September 10th 2016 by Sizzling Lizard Press
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Linda
Oct 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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Way Out West by Frank Tuttle

Way Out West is sort of like Murder on the Orient Express Markhat style, but on a moving train surrounded with magic. Mama Hog is responsible for placing Markhat, Darla, Evis, and Gertriss on the Western Star headed west to secure her latest acquisition, a town she plans on renaming Hogstown.

It’s becoming quite clear there is an unsettling old magic in the air around Rannit so it seems like a perfect time to skip town for a while. Little does Markhat realize that this
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Anne
Jun 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I love this series so much.

Man, this series. If you got this far you know it already- never a bad moment, except the slump you feel when the book ends.

Markhat does a western train journey the way Markhat does everything- with corpses, magic, shooting, and his awesome wife and friends.

This is what books are supposed to be.
Ming
Feb 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
wonderful as always
Elisabeth
Feb 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
Exciting

I'm not sure what to say about this book. It's not my usual choice of genre. But Frank Tuttle is such a good writer that it carried me along from the first page to the last. I figure that if it was that good for me, who doesn't usually choose such excitement, it should be terrific for anyone who does.
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