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ANGEL TIME

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Time travel, ultraviolence and medieval madness—divine intervention rendered fantastically by Rice (Called Out of Darkness, 2008, etc.).A "man paralyzed by dissonance," Toby O'Dare is also a helluva hit man; he plays lute, reads Aquinas and shoves poisoned syringes in the necks of his tricks. A Beverly Hills penthouse serves as his crash pad, but he's otherwise nomadic, dodging Interpol for his ... Read full review

Review: Angel Time: The Songs of The Seraphim

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Kate Ayers

When Toby O'Dare's mother, brother and sister all die on the same day, the young man experienced more misery in that one day than most of us will in our entire lives. That day, Toby walked away from all he had ever known and left behind everything but his treasured lute, an instrument that brought him the only joy that would ease his pain. Music was the thing that always soothed his troubled soul ... Read full review


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