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Dane Curse (Black Cape Case Files Book 1)
by Matt Abraham

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English

Pages

264

Publication Date

February 10, 2015

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For a guy like me, who can shrug off bullets and lift seven tons, there's no better profession than powered crime, and no greater burg to practice it in than Gold Coast City. But after ten years of tossing Buicks at heroes I wised up, took the black cape off my back, and hung out a shingle. Only instead of Dark Deeds Done Daily, this one reads Dane Curse, PI. Now I work cases for the dark denizens I was once counted among. The problems they got aren't the kind that cops care about, so I do what I can, because sometimes even the unjust deserve a little justice. <br /> <br />At least that's how it was before the world's greatest superhero was mysteriously murdered, an act so terrible it threatens to start a war that'll tear my home apart block-by-block, unless I find the killer in five days' time. But getting to the truth won't be so easy. I'll have to contend with black capes whose powers and pulse cannons can shred my hide. An army of technologically advanced armored lawmen led by a power-mad government schemer. And white caped heroes whose abilities and intentions are both less than pure. <br /> <br />No simple task for a small time PI, so I'll need every bit of my strength, guts, and powers if I'm going to find the killer, save my city, and maybe even get some justice for the greatest hero the world has ever known.<br /> <br />In Dane Curse, Matt Abraham, winner of Pulp Detective's 2015 Newcomer of the Year Award, takes us on our first trip through the powered underbelly of Gold Coast City in a fast paced adventure you'll never forget. If you like white knuckled action, devious dames, and heroic villains then get your copy today, and saddle up with the most exciting detective since Harry Dresden!
Girl Over Paris (The Cirque American Series): The Graphic Novel
by , Kate Leth

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English

Pages

128

Publication Date

November 09, 2016

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From acclaimed fantasy writer Gwenda Bond (Girl on a Wire, Girl in the Shadows), this four-issue comic book series features a new stand-alone story set within the world of Bond's exotic, magical Cirque American. Written by New York Times bestselling comic book writer Kate Leth (Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat!, Adventure Time: Seeing Red) and featuring stunning art by acclaimed artist Ming Doyle (The Kitchen, Constantine: The Hellblazer).<br /><br />After a high-profile tumble, Cirque American's star wire walker, Jules Maroni, has a lot to prove—and her invitation to an exclusive exhibition in Paris looks to be just the opportunity to put her back on top. Unfortunately, the City of Lights glitters with distractions, including the presence of her first serious boyfriend and a mysterious figure haunting the venue.
Fell #2
by Warren Ellis

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English

Pages

18

Publication Date

October 05, 2005

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Detective Richard Fell, transferred over the bridge from the big city to the collapsing district of Snowtown, is still trying to make sense of his new life; juggling the awkward beginnings of a new relationship with the complications of a murder method new to him. Someone in Snowtown is killing pregnant women and stealing their foetuses...
Fell #7
by Warren Ellis

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English

Pages

17

Publication Date

February 07, 2007

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Another self-contained, standalone episode in the life of detective Richard Fell, working in the feral city of Snowtown. A place where things just get forgotten about. The small, decommissioned military storage facility on the north end of the docks. The nice girl from September Street who always said hello to the old men on the corner. The guy with the mark on his face who survived a walk on the dockside. Three things that connect into something Richard Fell isn't going to forget for a long time...
Fell #3
by Warren Ellis

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English

Pages

18

Publication Date

November 30, 2005

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Another self-contained story from Snowtown, the feral city and police detective Richard Fell, injured so often in the first few weeks of his tour of duty there that he no longer owns work clothes without knife-slashes in them. Shopping's a pretty heartbreaking exercise in a place as broken as Snowtown. But it's easy to make bombs. And, sitting in a thrift store changing room in Snowtown, is a guy wearing a bomb and just waiting for an excuse to set it off...
Fell #6
by Warren Ellis

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English

Pages

17

Publication Date

August 16, 2006

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There's a tiny street in Snowtown that is unique: No-one's sprayed the Snowtown tag there. The city doesn't want to claim it. That in itself makes it an object of curiosity for Detective Richard Fell, recently transferred into the mysterious district. The big man and the sick child he adores, living at the end of the street, seem normal enough. But Fell knows that everyone is hiding something...
Fell #8
by Warren Ellis

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English

Pages

17

Publication Date

April 11, 2007

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A dead body outside Idiots Bar brings the personal and professional together very awkwardly for Detective Richard Fell, Snowtown PD; because his friend, bar owner Mayko, is being blamed by the dead man's friends for his death...
Fell #5
by Warren Ellis

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English

Pages

17

Publication Date

May 17, 2006

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The detectives of Moon Street Precinct House, the sole police presence in the collapsing district of Snowtown, aren't getting anywhere. They've been questioning a murder suspect all night, and have to cut him loose in an hour. And then the new guy asks to take a crack: Richard Fell, recently transferred in from over the bridge. He's got an hour to break a killer. But the killer has an unknown advantage: the police failed to frisk him properly, and he has a concealed weapon with him there in the locked interview room...
Fell #4
by Warren Ellis

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English

Pages

17

Publication Date

March 08, 2006

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The docks, where Snowtown meets the sea, is the black spot in the police's clean-up rate. Bodies are just thrown out into the bay, and the ones that wash back are usually unidentifiable. Detective Richard Fell attempts to trace one body back to its murder, to lay just one ghost among the thousands that haunt the docks to rest.
Fell #1
by Warren Ellis

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English

Pages

18

Publication Date

October 12, 2005

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Detective Richard Fell is transferred over the bridge from the big city to Snowtown, a feral district whose police investigations numbers three and a half people (one detective has no legs). Dumped in this collapsing urban trashzone, Richard Fell is starting all over again. In a place where nothing seems to make any sense, Fell clings to the one thing he knows to be true: Everybody's hiding something. Even him.

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