Currently Reading & Cover Love: Capital Murder

Capital Murder

Ahhhh, another Arcane Casebook story. I’d read these for the covers alone but thankfully Willis tells a good story too. I thought about saving this large version of the cover for my Cover Love section for next month’s Roundup but I couldn’t hold on that long. So here you go! ๐Ÿ™‚

Storywise, Capital Murder seems to be chugging right along with all the previous installments.

26 thoughts on “Currently Reading & Cover Love: Capital Murder

    1. Nah, she’s one of the Sorcerous Six, the top 6 most powerful sorcerers in the United States. I guess her eyes go pure white when she’s using her power?

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                1. Sounds like a great way to get your foot in the door. When cinemas collapse, and hollywood implodes and bollywood explodes by the power going to its head, and chinawood doesn’t materialize, you can always give up the movie thing and become a Professional Pizza Taste Tester.

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    1. It would not surprise me one bit if Willis has picked and chosen just that kind of thing ๐Ÿ˜€
      Now that I’m reading the Nero Wolfe mystery series, I’m realizing the home “headquarters” featured in this Arcane Casebook series is based on Wolfe’s house.
      Which makes me wonder what other literary references the author has tucked into the stories ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Huh, I never noticed that. I suspect it is artistic license by the woman who does the covers.
      Alex Lockerby’s magic is based on runes, and while things like materials matter, I don’t know if changes the colors of the runes themselves. I’ll have to keep an eye out now ๐Ÿ™‚

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