Black Lotus Kiss: A Brimstone Files Novel Jason Ridler
FRONTLIST | August 14, 2018
$14.99 USD, $22.99 CAD, £10.99 GBP, €13.99 EUR
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal
Black Lotus Kiss is one heck of a fantastic ride. Filled with creative action sequences, over the top characters, exotic women, and a fast thinking hero, quick with both his wit and his fists, Black Lotus Kiss has everything that appeal to lovers of detective pulp. But there is more to Black Lotus Kiss - and it is the extras that make it stand apart. First, Brimstone has a conscience, one that is strong enough to stand up for others and do the right thing despite the cost. Often unappreciated, Brimstone’s conscience gets him into trouble or beaten up. In LA, doing the right thing isn’t good for business. Brimstone also has a gift for magic - the kind that’s real. Unfortunately, that gift tends to get him involved in cases that are far more complex and have farther reach...
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