Charlie Huston is a favorite writer of mine. I read his novel Six Bad Things a couple years ago and it blew me away. The action was non-stop, and the characters—particularly the protagonist—were rendered as believable and served the story without fault. I have since read every novel Huston has published, and it is a list quickly growing.
He finished his Hank Thompson trilogy less than a year ago, and the second novel in his Joe Pitt series—a tough guy vampire based on Manhattan—was released earlier this year. Charlie Huston also has a crime novel scheduled for release sometime in August titled: The Shotgun Rule, and if there is anyone out there reading this—I want a review copy! [SFReader only gets the vampire stuff.]
With that said, my review for his second Joe Pitt novel, No Dominion, is live and online at SFReader. No Dominion starts where Already Dead left off, and it takes the reader on a fast, mean, and violent tour of the Manhattan vampire underbelly. It is quick, fun and very entertaining.
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