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on February 7, 2012
He's not the usual private eye. He's shrewd, funny, a gentleman. He even owns a multi-dimensional coat which can be turned over to be every kind of cloth or material you can imagine (and even those you can't). What was his name?

A desperate woman appears one day knocking on his door, looking for help since her baby has been turned into wood. Our hero knows exactly what to do about it: it'll involve a gun, a map, his knowledge about faerie matters, his coat and a joke.

Graham Edwards' prose is relaxed and entertaining. 'The Wooden Baby' is a perfect way to start The String City Mysteries series and to get to know that endearing character, what was his name again?
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