The Collected Bartleby and James Adventures

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The Bartleby and James Adventures steampunk mystery series follows the cases of consulting detectives Anton Bartleby and James Wainwright through an alternate Victorian history. As the world edges inexorably towards a World War that few can even begin to anticipate, brave men and women must contend with airship pirates, clockwork assassins, galvanic monsters, and anarchist madmen. More

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About Michael Coorlim

Michael Coorlim is a postmodern psychopomp, heroic wordsmith, freelance shaman, Taoscordian Monk, and master of rowdy bliss.

He writes fast-paced stories about authentic people in fantastic situations, plots with a twist of the surreal, set in worlds just a half-step from our own. They include the Galvanic Century steampunk series, and Grief, a collection of apocalyptic psychological drama. He dabbles in screenwriting, loves indie video games, and can be a bit of a foodie. Chicago's a good city for it.

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Review by: Ricardo Jasso Moedano on Dec. 12, 2012 : star star star star star
A rather stiff price for an ebook that's just about 36,000 words long, was my first thought, yet it took Michael Coorlim only a few lines to hook me due to his eloquent while not overly florid style (reminiscent of the authors that lived in the same age in which these tales are set), hence no sooner did I reach the end of the free sample of the first tale herein contained ("And they called her spider"), than I bought this collection where the four stories are equally marvellous since they're swift, intriguing and ingenious, plus there is a pertinent social commentary that drives each of them. A brilliant work indeed!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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