Waiting on Wednesday 09/0716

“Waiting On Wednesday” is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine that lets us feature upcoming releases that we can’t wait to get our hands on!

Mogsy’s Pick

An Import of Intrigue by Marshall Ryan Maresca (November 1, 2016 by DAW)

Marshall Ryan Maresca has been a busy author keeping up with two series set in his world of Maradaine. Although I’ve enjoyed both, I have to give a slight edge to the Maradaine Constabulary novels because I’ve always been a sucker for stories starring lady detectives!

An Import of Intrigue“Mixing high fantasy and mystery, this is Marshall Ryan Maresca’s second novel in the Maradaine Constabulary series, companion to DAW’s Maradaine Novels.

The neighborhood of the Little East is a collision of cultures, languages, and traditions, hidden away in the city of Maradaine. A set of streets to be avoided or ignored. When a foreign dignitary is murdered, solving the crime falls to the most unpopular inspectors in the Maradaine Constabulary: exposed fraud Satrine Rainey, and uncircled mage Minox Welling.

With a murder scene deliberately constructed to point blame toward the Little East, Rainey is forced to confront her former life, while Welling’s ignorance of his own power threatens to consume him. And these few city blocks threaten to erupt into citywide war unless the constabulary solves the case.”

11 Comments on “Waiting on Wednesday 09/0716”

  1. I want this just because of the cover – I am that fickle. I haven’t of course read the first. *head desk* Yeah, always behind! I really am going to have to curb starting new series – otherwise I’m going to have no chance of ever catching up.
    Lynn 😀


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