Happy Book Birthday To Black Box Inc.!

Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday, dear Black Box Inc.! Happy birthday to you!

That’s right, y’all, Black Box Inc. is officially in the wild. Check it out below then get to that clickety clacking and that bookity buying, yo.

Cheers!

Need to hide something from the fae?
Got a tricky trans-dimensional delivery to make?
Need a big ball of magic that can destroy the world?
Call Black Box Inc.

The world as we know it is gone. Since the “extradimensional happening,” every creature, monster, and fairy tale goblin has turned Asheville, North Carolina, into their personal playground. An uneasy truce exists between the races, but Chase Lawter’s unique ability puts him squarely in the crosshairs of treachery, feuds, and monsters looking to make a buck on black market goods. Chase is the only known being who can pull material from between dimensions and shape it into whatever he likes—like boxes. Like boxes in which folks hide smoking guns and severed heads. Only Chase can hide the boxes, and only Chase can recover them from the Dim. All for a tidy sum, of course.

His crack team—a yeti, a zombie, and a fae-trained assassin—have his back. What could possibly go wrong?

Posted on October 20, 2017, in Novels and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. When is the audiobook for it coming out? Is J Scott Bennett going to narrate it, I loved how he did your Fighting iron books? Have a great weekend Anne (Rabid Reader)

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