Tor.com Review of DYING IS MY BUSINESS

There’s a great new review of Dying Is My Business over at Tor.com! It’s got a lot of good candidates for pull-quotes, but this one is probably my favorite:

Dying Is My Business is a solid entry in Nicholas Kaufmann’s new urban fantasy detective series. Wherever he takes the next books, I’ll be there, front and center.

It’s a good review, but I feel a little weird about one part of it. The reviewer makes certain assumptions about the characters that aren’t supported by the text, and those assumptions happen to be about issues that are important to me. But I’m probably just being a grump unnecessarily, which has been known to happen. The review is pretty great, and Tor.com is read by hundreds of thousands of science fiction and fantasy fans, which is also pretty great.

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