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Frost My name is Keith Murphy I used to specialize in killing things dark things that don t have a good reason for being on this side of the Gloom with my partner Danny Roark I had a run of bad luck and now

  • Title: Frost
  • Author: Peter M. Ball
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • My name is Keith Murphy I used to specialize in killing things dark things that don t have a good reason for being on this side of the Gloom with my partner Danny Roark I had a run of bad luck and now I m working for a demon named Sabbath I guess I should call myself lucky I m little than one of his thugs, except I still have my soul intact Sabbath s been expandiMy name is Keith Murphy I used to specialize in killing things dark things that don t have a good reason for being on this side of the Gloom with my partner Danny Roark I had a run of bad luck and now I m working for a demon named Sabbath I guess I should call myself lucky I m little than one of his thugs, except I still have my soul intact Sabbath s been expanding his territory but he s run into a hiccup There s something out there hunting people in the know It s big, dangerous, and hungry Running s not an option this time not once this thing has gotten the scent of its prey I ve got to convince friends and enemies to work together to stop it The end of the world is still coming, but it s got to kill me first Frost is the second book in The Flotsam Series trilogy, published by Apocalypse Ink Productions After the full trilogy has been published, they will be compiled as a single book released in trade paperback About the Author Peter M Ball is a writer from Brisbane, Australia By day he manages the Australian Writer s Marketplace and runs the bi annual AWM GenreCon By night he writes, and his short fiction has previously been published in magazines such as Apex, Shimmer, and Strange Horizons, as well as the Dreaming Again, Interfictions II, and Eclipse 4 anthologies His faerie noir novella, Horn, was published in 2009 by Twelfth Planet Press, and was followed by Bleed in 2010 He can be found online at petermball and on twitter petermball.

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    1. Frost, like the first book of the series, Exile, is an action packed, Urban Fantasy that takes you to the underside of the Gold Coast in Australia. Keith Murphy is in trouble again when he discovers there's a hunter searching for him. He has to convince enemies and friends to work together to thwart this creature.______The second book of the Flotsam series, Frost, is a great second novel by Peter M Ball. Unlike some second books of a series, Frost doesn't lose the character's attitude or edge. I [...]


    2. This action-packed supernatural thriller improves on the previous volume in Peter M. Ball's Flotsam series. Continuing its deep dive into the hard-boiled supernatural underbelly of Queensland's Gold Coast, the action this time centers on grimy, compromised monster hunter Keith Murphy's bargain with a demonic crime boss and a brewing gang war with a a bikie gang. The action sequences are suitably brutal and inventive, and the tense working relationship between Murphy and the various demon-possess [...]


    3. This second instalment in Peter Ball's grubby Gold Coast urban fantasy series is like a perfect lesson in how to frame the middle part of a trilogy.Return of established characters? Check.Introduction of new characters? Check.Exploration of the status quo from book 1? Check.Shake-up of that status quo? Check.Exploration of the greater world/setting? Check.Higher stakes and tension than the previous book? Check.If you enjoyed Exile, this is a terrific follow-up that does everything right. (Althou [...]


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