Chapter two of Magician’s Misfortune

Harry likes to think of himself this way . . . well, without the mustache. ("Young Man Drinking a Glass of Wine" by Jan van Bijlert (1597-1671))

Harry likes to think of himself this way . . . well, without the mustache.
(“Young Man Drinking a Glass of Wine” by Jan van Bijlert (1597-1671))

So Harry Eberhardt has a case, a demon traveling the Interstates and killing people. It could be his ticket out of his government agency’s “Siberia.” “I’ll drink to that,” says Harry in chapter 2 of Magician’s Misfortune. That is, if he can get the sullen bartender to serve him a drink. Watch out, Harry, you may have more reasons to drink than you think!

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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