James Palmer

Slow Djinn

Slow Djinn by James Palmer
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fiction Fantasy
For readers of:Robert E. Howard, H.P. Lovecraft, Charles Stross
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PublisherMechanoid Press
Publication DateAugust 18, 2012
About the Book

Former cop turned private eye Sam Eldritch is down on his luck. A Chinese demon killed his partner, but its icy touch gave Sam a terrible gift. Now he sees ghosts, demons, and even worse things--things that shouldn't be there. And he hires himself out to people who need his particular "gift."But when a mysterious businessman hires him to retrieve a priceless magical ring, Sam realizes he may have bitten off more than he can chew. With his only allies a Chinese sorcerer and the ingenue of a jealous crimelord, can Sam find a force so powerful it destroys everyone it touches before it falls into the hands of the local mob?It's all in a day's work for Sam Eldritch: Occult Investigator for HireSlow Djinn is a 10,685 word novella of two-fisted pulp adventure. Dashiell Hammett meets H.P. Lovecraft

About the Author

James palmer is a writer, editor and publisher of science fiction and pulp adventure. He has written articles, interviews, columns and fiction for Strange Horizons, Funds for Writers, Tangent Online, and The Internet Review of Science Fiction. His stories have appeared in anthologies published by Airship 27 Productions, Pro Se Press, and White Rocket Books.

James is the editor and co-creator of the shared world giant monster anthologies Monster Earth and Betrayal on Monster Earth, as well as the weird west anthology Strange Trails and Robots Unleashed!, all published by Mechanoid Press. He just released Into the Weird: The Collected Stories of James Palmer, collecting all of his published weird and new pulp fiction to date. A recovering comic book addict, James lives in Northeast Georgia with his wife and daughter. For more info on his shenanigans, visit jamespalmerbooks.com and mechanoidpress.com.

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