Drops of Corruption

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2006 - Fiction - 273 pages
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The explosive new saga continues The year is 2063. Earth has been reborn, unleashing long-dormant magical forces across the globe. Megacorporations rule from on high, while organized crime syndicates rule the underworld. Sliding through the cracks are the shadowrunners-professionals who will do anything for a profit . . . and anything it takes to get the job done. Bannickburn is a burned-out Scottish mage with little power and fewer prospects when he falls into fast company. A notorious crime boss, Bigio family caporegime Quinn Bailey, offers him a job that could turn his life around. Soon Bannickburn is living once again in the style he's accustomed to. But when Bannickburn tries to leave the family, Bailey calls in his markers, and Bannickburn must aid the Bigios as they pit themselves against a rival mob in a power struggle that moves from the Seattle sprawl to the elven enclave of Portland.

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Review: Shadowrun #4: Drops of Corruption (Shadowrun WizKids Novels #4)

User Review  - Andrew Sanderson - Goodreads

Hardy did a good job with this novel. He had me right up until the ending. I predict good things for this writer. Read full review

Review: Shadowrun #4: Drops of Corruption (Shadowrun WizKids Novels #4)

User Review  - Goodreads

Hardy did a good job with this novel. He had me right up until the ending. I predict good things for this writer. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Jason M. Hardy lives in Chicago, IL.

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