Cold Iron

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Roc, 1997 - Fiction - 364 pages
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Rosie Lavine is a California P.I. who thinks she's seen it all. But when she's hired to protect the charismatic lead singer of an elfrock band, she's in for a big surprise, with dark secrets lurking behind the Fairie magic of their music. Now, unless she pulls off an amazing performance of her own, those secrets may have the power to destroy the singer, the band, and even herself!

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User Review  - juglicerr - LibraryThing

In a universe where the mundane world and a fairy land mingle, an utterly incompetent and irresponsible private eye is hired to protect an elf rock star. She no sooner gets on the job than she turns ... Read full review

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User Review  - storming - LibraryThing

Cold Iron is not a bad story about a PI hired to figure out if someone is trying to murder the leader of the band. However, it is mislabeled as a fantasy book. There happen to be elves in the story but they are people like anybody else. There is nothing in the book that makes it a fantasy book. Read full review

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