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FREE FICTION | Jonathan Wood's No Hero

Jonathan Wood's very pleasing Urban Fantasy alt Cthulhu slash homage to Kurt Russell action movies No Hero is being given away free this week through along with the never before released sequel Yesterday's Hero. And the sequel has a zombie dinosaur! How can you pass up something as awesome as that? You can't I tell you. You simply can't. The stories of Arthur Wallace and his work with the mysterious MI37 will remind you of some of the best crazy movies of the 80's fully loaded with quips and explosions galore. As Wood has parted ways with Night Shade Books for Yesterday's Hero it will only be available as an eBook.

Last year I said No Hero is “The book Lovecraft might have written if he had a sense of humor and watched too many Kurt Russell movies,” which is still very true and the reason it was an Honorable Mention in the Urban Fantasy Category for the Hatties. So grab this while it last.

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