'Under Saint Owain's Rock' was a great read. It had an interesting plot and a lot of quirky characters, and it made me laugh several times throughout. I'd recommend it to anyone who'd like a light romance coupled with a fantasy novel with a dash of comedy.
'Resurrection Blues' was described in a review on the back as being like the works of Carl Hiassen, and I'd have to agree. It has a similar style of humor and the same sort of eccentric characters that makes Hiassen's novels so great. As in Langston's 'Druid's' series with Barbara Galler-Smith, the novel involves more than one plotline following several different characters, but the transitions flow very well and the plots are all woven together expertly, with all three coming together at the end. All in all, it's a great story, and I highly recommend it.