For twenty-five gold pieces a day, plus expenses, Eddie LaCrosse will take on almost any case. But the unexpected delivery of a coffin in the dead of winter forces LaCrosse to look at a bygone chapter of his life—and the premeditated murder of a dream.
“[Burn Me Deadly] gives every evidence that Bledsoe’s combination of sword and sorcery with hard-boiled detection will have a long and successful run. . . . Bledsoe effortlessly draws readers into his created world and manages to stay true to both fantasy and mystery traditions.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“A compelling story with fascinating characters—who are so witty and whose attitude is so wry that I laughed and cared.”—Orson Scott Card on The Sword-Edged Blonde
“Both stylish and self-assured: Raymond Chandler meets Raymond E. Feist.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) on The Sword-Edged Blonde