Monthly Archives: January 2016

Chapter 21 of Magician’s Misfortune

Harry Eberhardt likes sex. Preferably with willing women. Which rules out Deecee Young, who’s a lesbian. And Sanderson, who’s quite unwilling and just helped bust Harry’s nose again. So why is his life revolving around these two women? It’s “SNAFU,” … Continue reading

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Chapter 20 of Magician’s Misfortune

Tumbling through an interdimensional magical teleportation system isn’t as easy as it sounds. And Harry Eberhardt hates surprises, even in bed. But Harry has a nose for trouble. All of which leads him to the question, “Who can you trust?” … Continue reading

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Chapter 19 of Magician’s Misfortune

Harry Eberhardt has walked into a trap. People are coming for him and his associates. So we should expect Harry to react with his customary initiative, bravery, quick thinking, and resourcefulness. Which is exactly what he does. Too bad Harry’s … Continue reading

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Review: The Rook, by Daniel O’Malley

So I’m at my local bookstore and I see a new paperback with the line at the top, “ON HER MAJESTY’S SUPERNATURAL SECRET SERVICE.” Given some of the stories at the heart of the Sillyverse, which feature a magical organization … Continue reading

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Chapter eighteen of Magician’s Misfortune

Harry Eberhardt is in the middle of nowhere in Vermont (an easy state to do that in), on the run from his employer, the Federal Government’s Office of Occult Affairs. His only ally is a magician who calls herself Becky, … Continue reading

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Chapter seventeen of Magician’s Misfortune

So Harry Eberhardt’s last job was a fatal misadventure, his reputation is in tatters, and he’s threatened with the loss not just of his job as a government magician, but even of his magical powers. It seems that Fate is … Continue reading

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