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Neen is a fairy living in a harsh polluted city. She has learned to adapt and survive. She is a talented thief and not shy with a gun.
When her regular partner in crime, an assassin called Sliver, lands a job with a massive payout she accepts fearless of the risks.
Find out exactly what Sliver has dragged her into and whether she will survive to enjoy her pay.
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About Shane Griffin

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Shane Griffin lives in Australia near the Blue Mountains west of Sydney. He is a part time author and full time scientist. He has been writing science fiction and fantasy since age 19. He has published over 20 short stories in magazines and ezines such as Potato Monkey, Antipodean Science Fiction, Ripples, Eclecticism and Masque Noir.
With stories like Accident Man, Border Patrol and the Duel proving popular with readers Shane is now focusing on e-publishing under his own label - Poupichou Press.
Newest release - Prominence - Redemption & Prominence - Veteran - third and fourth books in his new sci fi short story series.
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Current Project - Visions of Magic series novella - Invasion

About the Series: Necrofairies
Follow Neen an streetwise fairy who is a full time thief and a part time gun for hire as she fights for survival in a world where a dark magic has unleashed a plague of undead.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Oct. 23, 2015 :
Not overly good or bad, I downloaded the second in the series when I got this one, which I am going to read now. The first is not overly engaging so probably would not have read the second one, if had not already downloaded it.
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Review by: Jesse Davis on Oct. 26, 2013 : (no rating)
this would make a fun beginning to a long series
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