Bone Song (Tristopolis, #1)
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Bone Song

by John Meaney
Release date: 2007
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction, fantasydark fantasy

Lieutenant Donal Connor has been given the most bizarre of new cases. Four famous stage performers have died in recent months, thee of them in state capitals within Transifica, the fourth in far Zurinam. And now the idolised Diva, maria deLivnova is coming to Tristopolis. Donal's boss is determined that nothing like this is ever to happen in his city. Connor is to have anything he needs as long the Diva lives.

And so begins a dark investigation through a world where corpses give up their psychic energy in the massive necroflux generators that power the city, where gargoyles talk, where wraiths work in slavery, a world of the dead where corruption is alive.

This is an extraordinary SF novel set in alternate universe quite unlike any imagined in SF before; a universe where magic and the supernatural and the undead are given a scientific rationale and horrifyingly plausible rationale.

The novel's setting, Tristopolis, is the ultimate noir city; an immense baroque creation of haunted stone skyscrapers, black metal and city-wide catacombs. Its hero Donal Connor is immensely likeable and easy to identify with. Even once he's dead.

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