The Dirty Streets of Heaven

Tad Williams
fantasy > urban fantasy
The Dirty Streets of Heaven (Bobby Dollar #1) - Tad Williams8.20

Bobby Dollar is an angel — a real one. He knows a lot about sin, and not just in his professional capacity as an advocate for souls caught between Heaven and Hell. Bobby’s wrestling with a few deadly sins of his own — pride, anger, even lust.

But his problems aren’t all his fault. Bobby can’t entirely trust his heavenly superiors, and he’s not too sure about any of his fellow earthbound angels either, especially the new kid that Heaven has dropped into their midst, a trainee angel who asks too many questions. And he sure as hell doesn’t trust the achingly gorgeous Countess of Cold Hands, a mysterious she-demon who seems to be the only one willing to tell him the truth.

When the souls of the recently departed start disappearing, catching both Heaven and Hell by surprise, things get bad very quickly for Bobby D. End-of-the-world bad. Beast of Revelations bad. Caught between the angry forces of Hell, the dangerous strategies of his own side, and a monstrous undead avenger that wants to rip his head off and suck out his soul, Bobby’s going to need all the friends he can get — in Heaven, on Earth, or anywhere else he can find them.

You’ve never met an angel like Bobby Dollar. And you’ve never read anything like The Dirty Streets of Heaven.

Brace yourself — the afterlife is weirder than you ever believed.

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Release date: August 8, 2012
Genres: fantasyurban fantasy
Average rating: 8.20/10
Total ratings: 5
Updated: August 24, 2021

Bobby Dollar :: Series

Urban fantasy thriller series about an afterlife investigator who searches for a missing soul and finds himself caught in a battle much larger than he could have imagined.

The Dirty Streets of Heaven (Bobby Dollar #1)8.20
Happy Hour in Hell (Bobby Dollar #2)8.00
Sleeping Late on Judgement Day (Bobby Dollar #3)

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10/10 |
September 03, 2012
Tad Williams has been a constant fixture in the fantasy & science fiction genre for the past 25 years. His MEMORY, SORROW AND THORN series is often hailed as one of the finest post-Tolkien epics, and he has established a reputation for writing ...