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It’s uncomfortable between a rock and a hard place.

When the NYTF reports that a golem, a large rock creature, is terrorizing parts of the city and destroying hubs of power, Ezra calls on Montague & Strong to investigate and stop the creature.

Their first reaction is to refuse.

Except there’s one problem.

No one refuses Ezra, a personification of death, without grave consequences.

Now, Monty and Simon, together with Ursula of the Damned, must uncover how the golem was created and who would use it to destroy hubs of power, without being crushed in the process.

What they uncover will have them face a power beyond their abilities and make choices with dire consequences.

Consequences they may not be ready for...yet.

©2019, 2020 Orlando A. Sanchez (P)2021 Orlando A. Sanchez

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  • 03-07-21

Great listening

So much fun in so many pages that you wish it could go on forever. The opening sub-story with the landlady Olga at the Moscow was excellent and as usual the banter between all involved was to die for, well at least for Simon. Keep pumping out these books and I'll keep buying them.