A Murder of Mages

A Murder of Mages

A Novel of the Maradaine Constabulary

Paperback - 2015
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The first book of the Maradaine Constabulary series blends high fantasy, murder mystery, and gritty urban magic...

Marking the debut of the second series set amid the bustling streets and crime-ridden districts of the exotic city called Maradaine, A Murder of Mages introduces us to this spellbinding port city as seen through the eyes of the people who strive to maintain law and order: the hardworking men and women of the Maradaine Constabulary.
 
Satrine Rainey—former street rat, ex-spy, mother of two, and wife to a Constabulary Inspector who lies on the edge of death, injured in the line of duty—has been forced to fake her way into the post of Constabulary Inspector to support her family.
 
Minox Welling is a brilliant, unorthodox Inspector and an Uncircled mage—almost a crime in itself. Nicknamed “the jinx” because of the misfortunes that seem to befall anyone around him, Minox has been partnered with Satrine because no one else will work with either of them.
 
Their first case together—the ritual murder of a Circled mage— sends Satrine back to the streets she grew up on and brings Minox face-to-face with mage politics he’s desperate to avoid. As the body count rises, Satrine and Minox must race to catch the killer before their own secrets are exposed and they, too, become targets.



Random House, Inc.
A Murder of Mages is the first installment in Marshall Ryan Maresca's companion series toThe Thorn of Dentonhill series.

Publisher: New York, NY : Daw Books, [2015]
ISBN: 9780756410278
Branch Call Number: SciFic Maresca Pbk
Characteristics: 340 pages ; 17 cm

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