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Even with the aid of Morley, the toughest half-elf around, Garrett isn't sure he'll make it out alive from a land where magic can be murder, the dead still talk, and vampires are always hungry for human blood. Bitter Gold Hearts : The Stormwarden's son has been kidnapped, and Garrett must brave a host of ogres and assassins to rescue him.
Series 2 by Glen Cook. Cold Copper Tears : There's a new cult in town: worshippers of a godlike Destroyer who think Garrett would make an ideal sacrifice! Garrett an irresistible fee to take a case that seemed open and shut. But in a town of elves and humans, thugs and swindlers, Garrett had learned to take a long, hard look before saying yes Series 3 by Glen Cook.
Old Tin Sorrows , Garrett is hired to figure out if someone is poisoning a wealthy, retired General, but quickly finds that the man's employees are dying off at a far faster rate. Now, this growing legion of the dead wants to add the general to their ranks. Series 4 by Glen Cook. Dread Brass Shadows , a trio of redheads plunge Garrett straight into the chase for The Book of Shadows, a sorceror's tome holding secrets no mortal was ever meant to master.
Series 5 by Glen Cook. Red Iron Nights , Garrett is hired to track down a serial killer who's preying on the high born young ladies of TunFaire. And though Garrett could be as civic-minded as the next guy - unless the next guy was Captain Block of the Watch - the private eye wasn't sure he really wanted to take on a serial killer psycho who did too good a carving job and never left any of the blood behind.
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Still, having Block pay him for his services with lots of ill-gotten government funds, and having his own partner, the Dead Man, strenuously urge him to take the case, proved an irresistible combination for Garrett. And so the top - and only - private eye around found himself lining up his allies for a search that would take him from the lowest slums to the highest estates, from confrontations with butterfly-and-magic-spitting enemies to run-ins with the king of crime's wayward daughter to a final encounter with an ancient evil which had once again been loosed on his unsuspecting town.
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Series 6 by Glen Cook. Deadly Quicksilver Lies : A rich woman hires Garrett to find her missing daughter In TunFaire, sometimes it's hard to tell the difference, leaving him no choice but to sift through the sex, intrigue, and murder to uncover the truth behind this case.
Series 7 by Glen Cook. Petty Pewter Gods ": With TunFaire real estate at a premium and prayer palaces at a minimum, the big gods on the block hold a contest: find the. And when two rival pantheons try to hire Garrett to find it on their behalf, he finds himself facing the wrath of gods. Garrett is hired by two rival pantheons. Series 8 by Glen Cook. Even though many species had sacrificed in battle, some groups of humans thought the "Golden Rule" translated to "Humans rule.
Now give us your gold. Garrett is a wise-guy private investigator who speaks loudly and carries a big stick. Backed by a circle of friends no one would wish on their worst enemy Garrett is caught in a conspiracy of hate that pits man against. Series 9 by Glen Cook. Wanderer 3. I Was Made For Dancin' 4. Memorize Your Number 5. Feel The Need 6. When I Think of You 7. New York City Nights 9. Runaway Rita Surfin' USA I Was Looking for Someone to Love.
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To view it, click here. This book is amazing. It certainly wasn't what I was expecting. The idea of a Private Investigator in a Fantasy setting was too rich for me to pass up when I heard about it -- but I wasn't expecting it to be as funny as it was. Garrett, a P. Garrett hires Morley as his body guard and a few grolls to make the voyage to "The Cantard This book is amazing. Garrett hires Morley as his body guard and a few grolls to make the voyage to "The Cantard" -- a nasty place by the way everyone seems to refer to it in the book.
During their little adventure they have to deal with vampires, a shapeshifter, venagati spies, vampires, and unicorns. Glen Cook does an amazing job with this. Garrett is a very witty character. I found myself unable to wait to turn the pages and find out not only what events would happen, but how Glen Cook chooses to describe the events that transpire and the witty rapport between Garrett and Morley -- the half-darkelf muscle-for-hire. I still like the book, but I think it was a bit short.
It didn't take me long to read it at all, partly because of its length and partly just because I was enjoying it so much. As I said earlier, I enjoyed Garrett's wit throughout this entire book. The way he describes the events that take place in the book are usually pretty funny and kept me laughing every other page. Drawbacks are that sometimes I couldn't figure out what was going on because of that wit. Instead of describing the goings on in a straightforward type of manor, he would put things a different way using metaphors.
If I didn't understand those metaphors then I had no idea what was going on in that particular scene. This really only happened a few times, but I kept feeling like I was missing something. There was especially one event where Garrett has an epiphany about where to look to find this girl they're after. It seems like he "feels" this sort of line that goes from one place to another place that he's in the middle of.
But I never figured out why or what was going on there. Maybe I just missed something or wasn't paying attention when I read that part -- I don't know. Glen Cook really has a way with keeping secrets from his readers. Garrett notices something or Morley tells him about something and he makes mention of it in passing to clue you in that its there, but that the details of whatever it is will be disclosed when they are pertinent -- he just doesn't want you to know everything just yet.
And I think he executes this rather well most of the time. I almost felt like more could have been done to improve the book, but I'm still quite satisfied with it anyhow and I do recommend it to those who enjoy witty sarcasm in their books.