Friday, April 8, 2011

RT Convention Featuring EDGE Anthology Authors

If you are at the Romantic Times Convention in Los Angeles this weekend, keep an eye open for Cathy Clamp, Chris Marie Green, Laura Anne Gilman, Jackie Kessler, and Rachel Caine - five of the featured authors in the Urban Fantasy anthology Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives, edited by Justin Gustainis. Copies of the book will be available for sale at the RT public book sale this Saturday, and in limited numbers from the authors themselves.
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Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives
, is your one-stop-shop for Urban Fantasy’s finest anthology of the supernatural. 14 sleuths are gathered together for the first time in all-original tales of unusual cases which require services that go far beyond mere deduction!

Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives
brings together popular characters from many Urban Fantasy paranormal investigative series, for your enjoyment. 


Meet the Detectives:
  • Danny Hendrickson - from Laura Anne Gilman’s Cosa Nostradamus series.
  • Kate Connor - from Julie Kenner’s Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom series.
  • John Taylor - from Simon R. Green’s Nightside series.
  • Jill Kismet - from Lilith Saintcrow’s Jill Kismet series.
  • Jessi Hardin - from Carrie Vaughn’s Kitty Norville series.
  • Quincey Morris - from Justin Gustainis’ Morris/Chastain Investigations series.
  • Marla Mason - from T. A. Pratt’s Marla Mason series.
  • Tony Foster - from Tanya Huff’s Smoke and Shadows series.
  • Dawn Madison - from Chris Marie Green’s Vampire Babylon series.
  • Pete Caldecott - from Caitlin Kittredge’s Black London series.
  • Tony Giodone - from C. T. Adams and Cathy Clamp’s Tales of the Sazi series.
  • Jezebel - from Jackie Kessler’s Hell on Earth series.
  • Piers Knight - from C. J. Henderson’s Brooklyn Knight series.
  • Cassiel - from Rachel Caine’s Outcast Season series.
Demons may lurk, werewolves may prowl, vampires may ride the wind. These are things that go bump in the night, but we are the ones who bump back!

2 comments:

  1. That's a fantastic cover, and the stories sound great too. Going to put this on my to-read list.

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