Hobbs is a professional thief who takes on a heist even though the money doesn't match the risk...but the woman behind the job does. It's a bad play that blows his world apart.
An ordinary, money-grubbing Merchant struggling to make a coin off penniless, incompetent adventurers is forced to take on the impossible quest of saving his town and rescuing the woman he loves from a treacherous and powerful Wizard. A battle of wit, wits and haggling that is part homage to, part skewer of the richly worked and often overwrought fantasy genre. An artful, satire of dungeon crawls and cRPG's, the Merchant Adventurer is part Princess Bride, part Dungeon Pawn Stars and a rollicking good read.
Edwin Windsor, Evil Efficiency Consultant, returns with his manic lawyer Topper and his faithful secretary in this prequel to How to Succeed in Evil. Edwin is approached by a vampire, who offers him the prospect of eternal life if Edwin will help him with the troubles the modern world has presented his kind. It's Edwin versus Nosferatu in this insightful satire of the highly exploited vampire genre.
"best storyteller since Robin Williams"
A searing crime novel that introduces an exhilarating new voice in noir fiction that's as sharp, cruel, and relentless as the story's unforgettable hero. Hobbs is an aging, professional thief who chases one last, big score into the eye of a Florida hurricane. He emerges hell-bent on outrunning his own mortality and a ruthless FBI agent with a deadly agenda of her own.
"Update to my previous review"