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Dark and Stormy Knights

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Elrod's second urban fantasy anthology is not quite as good as 2009's Mean Streets, though the one author both volumes share, Jim Butcher, does his usual top-notch job with the Dresden Files tie-in "Even Hand," a dramatic character study of Chicago crime … see full wiki

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Great fun on a dark night

  • Aug 28, 2010
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While it's true that the quality of the stories varies from the excellent to the so-so, most of them are quite enjoyable if you like the genre. It's a great book to have on the night table so you can read a story before going to sleep, which is the way I generally read short-story anthologies.

All of the stories tend toward the unexpected, which I particularly found enjoyable, and although I am a huge fan of the Harry Dresden novels of Jim Butcher, I was not familiar with the fiction of Elrod and the others.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

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