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Assassin Eco-Corpses (D.E.M.ON. Tales, #1)

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Corpses Gone Rogue

Charged with the merciless task of protecting Ontario from things that go bump in the night, the agents at D.E.M.ON. spent the last hundred years ridding their region of the most bad-ass demons and monsters alive … or was that dead? At least, that was their M.O. until a year ago. They’d become complacent with only minor monsters and cryptids poking aroun
ebook, 111 pages
Published October 31st 2019 by Murder Does Pay, Ink
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Nov 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I loved Grinder. I had to say it. I don’t know what it is, maybe “biker with a big heart”, but he got to me. I know Junior is fun and spunky and unique. I can see how she would be someone’s favourite character. She’s awesome and I very much enjoyed her and her interactions with Hazel, but Grinder is the one for me. Cuthbert is another great character. A dapper man with a biker partner, and occasional English accent, he seems intriguing. All the characters do. I feel like Assassin Eco-Corpses was ...more
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Nanci M. Pattenden is a genealogist and a fiction writer, with non-fiction articles in The Attic, Ancestors, and Site Lines. She is currently working on a collection of detective stories set in Victorian Toronto, as well as a novel based on an 1891 murder involving a young relative.

Current releases are Body in the Harbour, and Death on Duchess Street - the first two books in the Detective Hodgins

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