Dead Men's Boots

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Orbit, Jul 23, 2009 - Fiction - 544 pages
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You might think that helping a friend's widow to stop a lawyer from stealing her husband's corpse would be the strangest thing on your To Do list. But life is rarely that simple for Felix Castor.





A brutal murder in King's Cross bears all the hallmarks of a long-dead American serial killer, and it takes more good sense than Castor possesses not to get involved. He's also fighting a legal battle over the body - if not the soul - of his possessed friend, Rafi, and can't shake the feeling that his three problems might be related.





With the help of the succubus Juliet and paranoid zombie data-fence Nicky Heath, Castor just might have a chance of fitting the pieces together before someone drops him down a lift shaft or rips his throat out.





Or not. . .
 

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User Review  - JoshuaAtkins - LibraryThing

Mike Carey does not disappoint. Felix Castor is in over his head. His friend is dead, and if Castor had just taken his calls, he might still be alive. A long dead American serial killer is apparently ... Read full review

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User Review  - AHS-Wolfy - LibraryThing

Third in the Felix Castor series. A fellow exorcist has committed suicide and then gone geist. His widow wants Fix to try and find out why the departed is staying around. His conscience pricks him ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

M.R. Carey is a pen name for Mike Carey, an established British writer of prose fiction and comic books. He has written for both DC and Marvel, including critically acclaimed runs on X-Men and Fantastic Four, Marvel's flagship superhero titles. His creator-owned books regularly appear in the New York Times graphic fiction bestseller list. He also has several previous novels and one Hollywood movie screenplay to his credit.

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