Powers of Detection has ratings and reviews. Miriam said: At first I felt like (Editor / Contributor),. Charlaine Harris (Goodreads Author) (Contributor). Powers of Detection: Stories of Mystery& Fantasy () — Anthology HELP: page Contributors: Dana Stabenow (Crime, Sus, SciFi), Charlaine Harris (UF. powers of detection stories of mystery fantasy and millions of other books are book by charlaine harris share your thoughts on powers of detection stories of.
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You are commenting using your WordPress. I always en I have read this book countless time over the years since its release. Although the concepts of her world are very complicated, this short story was written in such a way that I could enjoy it without having read the Black Jewels trilogy. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Songs of Love and Death.
Lovely is the story of a murder as told from the view of a crow or a raven. But still, it’s a pretty good – and nicely gruesome – little story.
A Handful of Stars. This is another collection of short stories from a variety of authors. Refresh and try again. Feb 05, CupcakeBlonde rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Singing of the Dead.
Powers of Detection: Stories of Mystery & Fantasy by Dana Stabenow
There was one I really didn’t like. Dead But Not Forgotten. We appreciate your feedback. By the time I finally got to the Swordswoman and Seer travelling and come into the story, it’s good. Sit in on a modern-day witch’s trial, visit the halls of a magical boarding school with murder on the curriculum, spend some time with Sookie Stackhouse, visit London’s hidden world of the Nightside, and become spellbound with eight more tales of magical mystery.
As always with anthologies you have some good stuff and some bad.
Powers of Detection: Stories of Mystery & Fantasy
Fans of supernatural mystery stories. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I liked about half the stories in it well enough to go out and buy more by the same authors but the other half I could have done without.
Charlaine Harris lends a tale featuring her Sookie Stackhouse a character I’ve heard of, but not read before now. The authorial voice was too loud, with far more tell than show. No harriis or quizzes yet. Retrieved from ” http: Jun 02, Joanne rated it it was amazing.
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I’m hoping that this will become a series of books one day. A Fine and Bitter Snow. Green’s Nightside work that everyone kept recommending to me.
At first I felt like this collection was disappointing but okay; the stories were pretty fluffy, not really satisfying as mysteries and too often reliant on prior familiarity with the authors’ work, but moderately entertaining and quick to read. A nice read though. This is much more grown up than Meg Corbyn will ever be.
This would be good at the beach or to read while traveling.
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It has a nice mix of stories, including a Simon R. Detectio 21, Amber rated it liked it. Probably because it had some faery elements lacking in the first book. Strange, didn’t really get the ending. A good moral lesson though not much of a mystery. As of today, September 4,I’ve read four stories.
Sep 26, Miriam rated it it was ok Shelves: