Joe Golem and the Copper Girl by Mike Mignola & Christopher Golden
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It's a Copper-and-Golden day today, people. THREE, count 'em, THREE Christopher Golden books are available today: Joe Golem and the Copper Girl as an eBook, The Secret Journeys of Jack London #1: The Wild now in paperback, and The Secret Journeys of Jack London #2: Sea Wolves has been unleashed - I mean, released - in hardcover. This is a shiny day.
Joe Golem and the Copper Girl by Mike Mignola & Christopher Golden was released this morning for only 99 cents! Here's the scoop on this awesome short story:
In 1925, earthquakes and a rising sea level left Lower Manhattan submerged under more than thirty feet of water, so that its residents began to call it the Drowning City.
In Joe Golem and the Copper Girl, hard-nosed private detective Joe Golem and his employer are faced with one of their strangest cases yet. When a young mother named Rachael Blum arrives on their doorstep, frantic about the bizarre changes in her daughter's appearance and the terrible dreams plaguing the girl, it's up to Joe to separate nightmare from reality. But Joe Golem knows better than anyone that sometimes, the two are one and the same.
The short story JOE GOLEM AND THE COPPER GIRL by Christopher Golden and Mike Mignola is now available as an eBook for just 99 cents. Click here to get it now. Then, on March 27th, you can pick up the full-length novel JOE GOLEM AND THE DROWNING CITY. The COPPER GIRL short story is a stand-alone, unrelated to the novel's plot, but it should give you a little taste of this new world they've created.
Get it. Get the Golem today, and prepare yourself for The Drowning City. You won't be disappointed.
After you're finished reading Copper Girl and the two Jack tales, make sure to pick up the Baltimore illustrated novels and graphic novels, also by Mike Mignola & Christopher Golden. Baltimore, or The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire, retells Hans Christian Anderson's "The Steadfast Tin Soldier." If you like gothic tales and/or you're familiar with Mignola's work for Hellboy and Golden's vampire stories, you'll dig the story of Baltimore.