- Title: Every Little Evil
- Author: D.C. Farmer
- ISBN: null
- Page: 399
- Format: ebook
When the Minister for Internal Affairs goes missing from a house under armed guard, the police are lost for an explanation But the right honourable MP Sebastian O Hoy is nowhere to be found Worse, someone has daubed arcane symbols on his bedroom wall in dripping blood With no way in or out, no CCTV evidence of a break in and no body, alive nor dead, the police fear supeWhen the Minister for Internal Affairs goes missing from a house under armed guard, the police are lost for an explanation But the right honourable MP Sebastian O Hoy is nowhere to be found Worse, someone has daubed arcane symbols on his bedroom wall in dripping blood With no way in or out, no CCTV evidence of a break in and no body, alive nor dead, the police fear supernatural involvement It s time to call in specialist help For Captain Kylah Porter of the DOF this is a chance to earn her spurs But she knows she s up against systemic bigotry and cynicism in the shape of her Met counterpart, Sewell Occult abduction Or just another murky urban crime MI5 want answers and soon.This is the first book prequel in the Hipposync Archives.
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This book is the first of a series called HIPPOSYNC ENTERPRISES. This novella is a wonderful introduction to the author's world. In the real world (the one us humans inhabit) thr Minister for Internal Affairs, Sebastian O'Hoy (known to the tabloids as SoHo) has disappeared from his highly secure home and seems to have vanished into thin air. "They are certain he did not leave the premises last night, but there is no sign of him this morning There were symbols scrawled on the bedroom wall in wha [...]
Fun readThis is really quite a gem of a book. Loved the characters and works building. Looking forward to reading more!
Originally published at Risingshadow.DC Farmer's Every Little Evil is a wonderful prequel novella to The Hipposync Archives series of humorous urban fantasy novels. It is being offered free for readers, because it's an introduction to the author's series. It's a relatively quick read, which gives readers a sense of what the series is all about.Because there are probably readers out there who are not familiar with The Hipposync Archives, here are a few words about Hipposync Archives:On the banks [...]
An obnoxious Government minister vanishes from his own bedroom and strange markings are left on the walls. So the call goes out to the Department of Fimmigration. Just in case he's away with the fairies in more than a figurative sense.Definitely be trying more of this series.Fans of Ben Aaronovitch's Rivers of London and Charles Stross' Laundry Files will likely enjoy this too.
I received this book free in return for an honest review.I really enjoyed this story about a sleazy politician that disappeared from a locked room under video surveillance. The characters were a well written mixture of human and fae. It got my attention and kept it through the entire story. It was humorous and a decent mystery at the same time. It is short, but still entertaining.
Nice story, good dialogues, and a very British setting.
HumorousI love this book. The authors sense of humor shines throughout the book. It slightly resembles another book by a piece of furniture.
A dual world intro to the Department of Fimmigration--investigators of crime and mischief on the border between this world and New Thameswick. Ooky, kooky, spooky, to paraphase a theme song from my childhood.Check it out, this novella is free at DC Farmer's home page and don't miss the missives from Headquarters which just might explain that agouti polecat on Donald Trump's scalp.The books can be read in any order--but start here. Got The Bewildered going now--an ARC from NetGalley. Review soon. [...]
DC Farmer's Hipposync Archives are entertaining, irreverent, and an automatic "buy" for me. Each story is a standalone, although I have no idea why anyone wouldn't want to read all of them.
A great introduction I am now officially a fan!
This tale starts off with a notorious gov't official making a stir again and the Prime Minister reels off a list of possible reasons which include swallowing a live fish and being stuck on a zipline in a gale. By the time we got to chapter 2 and I found the fae used "the interweb" to send "eelmails" I was laughing so hard I almost had coffee shoot out my nose. Will definitely have to check out the rest of the series.
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