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Chemical Burn

Chemical Burn

Chemical Burn


Novel by Quincy J. Allen

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ABOUT THIS NOVEL


The last thing Los Angeles needed was a high-tech, ex-assassin from another world setting up shop as a private detective. They got one anyway, in the form of Justin Case, a smart-ass killing machine looking for a little redemption.

When one of Case’s closest friends turns up dead, the alien detective and his predatory partner Magdelain track down an Italian mobster secretly hammering L.A. with a new designer drug. Case must call in favors from a bare-knuckles brawler tied to the Russian mob and a hot-bodied sniper who makes a mean cappuccino. Before the end, he’ll even put the love of his life in harm’s way and risk everything by revealing his greatest secret.    

ABOUT QUINCY J. ALLEN


a cross-genre author, has published a litany of short stories in multiple anthologies, magazines, eZines, and one omnibus since he started his writing career in 2009. His first short story collection Out Through the Attic, came out in 2014 from 7DS Books, and he made his first short story pro-sale in 2014 with “Jimmy Krinklepot and the White Rebels of Hayberry,” included in WordFire’s A Fantastic Holiday Season: The Gift of Stories.

His first novel, Chemical Burn, was a finalist in RMFW’s Colorado Gold Contest in 2011, and his latest novel Blood Curse, Book 2 in The Blood War Chronicles, is now available in print and digital editions on Amazon and digital formats on Kobo, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, and Smashwords. His first media tie-in novel for the Aradio brothers’ Colt the Outlander IP is due out in early-to-mid 2017. He also has a short story appearing in the first Monster Hunters, Inc. anthology from Baen, due out in 2017.

He is the publisher and editor of Penny Dread Tales, a short story collection in its fifth volume that has become a labor of love. He also runs RuneWright, LLC out of his hose, a small marketing and book design business, and hopes to one day live in a place where it never, ever, ever snows