FREIGHT DELAYS IN AND OUT: MORE INFO

Close Notification

Your cart does not contain any items

Dead Man in a Ditch (Fetch Phillips)

Luke Arnold

Double Rewards
$22.99

Paperback

In stock
Ready to ship

QTY:

Miscellaneous
29 September 2020
Fantasy; Epic Fantasy; Questing & Adventure; Mythological Creatures, People & Places; Detective Fantasy; Monsters Fantasy; Abbey's Double Rewards
Series: Fetch Phillips
Double Reward Points
More info

Fetch Philips has nothing left to believe in. Which is why he's surprised when the people of Sunder City start to believe in him...

Rumour has it that Fetch is only one who can bring magic back into the world. So when a man is murdered in a way that can only be explained as magical, Fetch is brought in on the case. A case which just might unearth things best left buried...

This sequel to The Last Smile in Sunder City follows the adventures of Fetch Phillips - a character destined to be loved by readers of Ben Aaronovitch, Jim Butcher and Terry Pratchett's Discworld.
By:   Luke Arnold
Imprint:   Miscellaneous
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 196mm,  Width: 126mm,  Spine: 32mm
Weight:   300g
ISBN:   9780356512921
ISBN 10:   0356512924
Series:   Fetch Phillips
Pages:   448
Publication Date:   29 September 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Luke Arnold was born in Australia and has spent the last decade acting his way around the world, playing iconic roles such as Long John Silver in the Emmy-winning Black Sails and his award-winning turn as Michael Hutchence in the INXS mini-series Never Tear Us Apart. When he isn't performing, Luke is a screenwriter, director, novelist and ambassador for Save the Children Australia. The Last Smile in Sunder City is his debut novel.

Reviews for Dead Man in a Ditch (Fetch Phillips)

Verve and charm in abundance [A] standout debut . . . winningly combining the grit of Chinatown with the quirky charm of Harry Potter, this series opener is sure to have readers coming back for more - PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Sunder City [is] an evocative creation, it has echoes of Ankh-Morpork, but also a broken melancholy all of its own This book was a marvellous noir voice; Luke Arnold has captured the spirit of the genre perfectly and wrapped it around a fantasy setting with consummate skill The first instalment of an effortlessly readable series that could be the illegitimate love child of Terry Pratchett and Dashiell Hammett - Kirkus


See Also