Jersey Troll

Jersey Troll

They say everyone gets fifteen minutes of fame in Hollywood. Too bad that Sage’s fifteen minutes just ended in him being accused of murder.

Sage’s dream is to be a top chef. So when he gets to be a finalist on one of Hollywood’s biggest cooking shows, he’s over the moon.

Until, that is, the top chef is poisoned.

All signs point to Sage as the perpetrator.

Maine and Noff have to trade magic for the fake glitz and glamor of Hollywood to try and clear Sage’s name. To make matters worse, Maine is experiencing a string of bad luck that is literally flooding her life with grief.

All Maine wanted was a vacation…

Time is running out. If Maine doesn’t find evidence to clear Sage’s name, it’s a maximum-security prison for him… YUCK! In the Human world… Double-Yuck!

But Maine has never solved a crime in the mundane world before, let alone Hollywood.

The only thing Maine knows for sure is that she’d swap the shark-infested waters of Hollywood’s social scene for Rainwater’s world of demons, dragons, and direwolves in a heartbeat!

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About the Author
Ramy Vance

About Ramy Vance
Ramy Vance is a Canadian who lives in Edinburgh with his wife, a four year old demon and imaginary dog. He enjoys a beautiful city, whisky (Scottish spelling, not mine) and long walks. He writes kickass Urban Fantasy thrillers set in the GoneGod World (and elsewhere). Currently his greatest aspirations are writing more stories and finally get that real dog so he can have an excuse to go on even more long walks.

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