Dying is My Business

Anyone who enjoys urban fantasy noir should immediately go pick up Dying Is My Business. The promise of the title (a play on Chandler’s Trouble Is My Business) is well fulfilled, especially in the use of language – if Chandler or Hammett were alive today, and writing urban fantasy, it would probably sound something like this. Also, as a former New Yorker myself, I really appreciated the accurate depiction of the city. So many writers set stories in New York who have no idea, say, how long it takes to reach Columbus Circle from Fourteenth Street. It’s a pleasure to encounter a New York City story that makes it obvious the author knows the city well, and renders it in loving, if gritty, detail. Good work, Nick. Looking forward to the sequel, Die and Stay Dead.

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