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Wolfman Confidential

(City of Devils)

4.92  ·  Rating details ·  12 ratings  ·  7 reviews
When the Night War ravages the world, turning it into a universe of pulp monsters, humans become a downtrodden minority. Nick Moss, the last human private eye in LA, is searching for a shadowy monster slayer, for an invisible man with dangerous info who, well, vanished…and for a killer of talented human beauties—while trying to avoid being turned or killed outright by powe ...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published October 31st 2018 by Candlemark & Gleam
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Kevin Hogan
Feb 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The longest of the City of Devils books so far, Wolfman Confidential reveals the depths of the world that the previous two books have set up.

It begins with Nick Moss being hauled into the police station by his werewolf nemeses, officers Moon and Garou, and never lets up. Even at times when the action is more cerebral, there is still impending doom hanging over Nick (or those he cares about).

It turns out that humans are scary, too.

We get to see more of Nick's backstory as it becomes relevant to
Jul 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This may be best of the City of Devils books because of how far into Nick's past we have to go, to see his friends from the War and how they're doing now, which is better than anticipated especially for a group of humans. Wolfman Confidential offers a complex plot with various figures interacting in ways I promise you will not suspect before the reveals. The human gang's power in a world full of monsters offers a lot of perspective about how to survive as a human in a monster's world, how to not ...more
H.L. Cherryholmes
I absolutely love the City of Devils novels and Wolfman Confidential is the best one yet. For a series that contains just about every type of monster to ever grace the screen or the page existing in a world where humans, an endangered species, carry pockets full of herbs, powders, and the like to ward off being turned into one of them, Wolfman feels the most grounded in the noir genre. Despite the fantastical elements of the world in which it depicts, Wolfman Confidential is right up there with ...more
Clint Wolf
Jul 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I've read all the books in the City of Devils series and this is by far the best yet. Robinson has reached the sweet spot in the series where he's got the setting established and a cast of recurring characters to work with and can just concentrate on telling a rollicking tale. That's not to say there are no fascinating new elements here, because there very much are. But veterans will be well gratified by the cultivation of seeds planted all the way back in the very first novel. And in the best n ...more
Nov 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Another excellent entry in a series that is, I'm sure, passing nearly everyone by. Justin Robinson has not only created a magnificent world, but he's done such a good job that now he can just play in it. And play he does, changing up the structure and the characters in ways that feel organic, earned, and exciting. The previous entry, FIFTY FEET OF TROUBLE, was maybe more fun than this one -- but this is a stronger book, for sure. I hope Robinson keeps playing in the City of Devils, and I hope th ...more
Gecky Boz
Jan 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Noir+Mystery+Monsters=terrific third book

I continue to adore this series. It's like a weird little niche of noir/horror/mystery with a lot of humor thrown in. The world drags you in and the intriguing characters make you want to keep reading and learning more.

The mystery is really well done. The main character Nick has some hard decisions to make in this book and I can't wait to see what happens next.

In other words, if you haven't read this series you should because it's extremely absorbing and
Kate Sherrod
Jul 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review, which is now live at Skiffy and Fanty. But in brief, of all the noir/urban fantasy mash-ups in all the libraries in all the world, I'm glad this one shows up in mine. Justin Robinson adds just the right touches of humor and heart to these stories of movie monsters not only come to life but ruling the world, and one puny human detective just trying to make his way among the mad scientists, crawling eyes, mummy politicians, vampire lawyers, zombi ...more
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Much like film noir, Justin Robinson was born and raised in Los Angeles. He splits his time between editing comic books, writing prose and wondering what that disgusting smell is. Degrees in Anthropology and History prepared him for unemployment, but an obsession with horror fiction and a laundry list of phobias provided a more attractive option.

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City of Devils (3 books)
  • City of Devils (City of Devils #1)
  • Fifty Feet of Trouble (City of Devils #2)