And They Called Her Spider (Steampunk Mystery)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
In the shadow of airships an unstoppable assassin stalks the untouchable elite. As Queen Victoria’s Platinum Jubilee approaches, consulting detectives Bartleby and James must track her down and put an end to the threat she presents to Queen and country. More
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Published by Pomoconsumption Press
Words: 9,190
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301359080
About Michael Coorlim

Michael Coorlim is a teller of strange stories for stranger people. He collects them, the oddballs. The mystics and fire-spinners, the sages and tricksters. He curates their tales, combines their elements and lets them rattle around inside his rock-tumbler skull until they gleam, then spills them loose onto the page for like-minded readers to enjoy. He writes fast-paced stories about real people in fantastic situations, plots with just a twist of the surreal, set in worlds just a shadow’s breadth from our own.

Some whisper that he may, in fact, be a wizard. Others maintain that he’s naught but bluster and blarney. The truly wise know that there’s nary a difference.

If you want early notifications of upcoming titles, discounts, giveaways, and other fun you can subscribe to his new release mailing list. You can also find him on facebook and twitter as @mcoorlim. Email him at Coorlim@gmail.com – he’d love to hear from you.

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Reviews

Review by: Alfaniel Aldavan on Oct. 04, 2013 :
What if Holmes' friend was an engineer, they both lived in a steampunk England, and their story told in a witty style in a fantasy?

They would be Bartleby and James, the fun couple in this steampunk story.

Well written and a light read, the novelette has been a surprise. I found myself smiling at the tribulations of the engineer, enjoying his use of the detoxification apparatus, in a world excellently sketched with all its steampunk flavor.

This story makes a good read for steampunk fans, and also an easy introductory read for those curious to try steampunk.
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Review by: Sam Seudo on April 21, 2013 :
By far one of the most entertaining works that I've read on Smashwords. I loved it from the very first page. An intriguing plot, believable and engaging characters with an endearing and humorous dynamic, and a few unexpected twists. Looking forward to reading more of the "Tales of a Galvanic Age" series.
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Review by: Jim Plautz on April 20, 2013 :
good work
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