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His Father's Eyes (Case Files of Justis Fearsson) Hardcover – August 4, 2015
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David B. Coe is the author of many fantasy and contemporary fantasy novels and stories. He was the winner of the William L. Crawford Award for best first fantasy series, awarded at the International Conference on the Fantastic for Children of Amarid and The Outlanders, the first two novels of the LonTobyn Chronicles. His series Winds of the Forelands began with Rules of Ascension and continued with Seeds of Betrayal, Bonds of Vengeance, Shapers of Darkness, and Weavers of War. Coe is a founding member of the well-regarded writing blog, MagicalWords.net. His contemporary fantasy series The Case Files of Justin Fearsson begins with Spell Blind from Baen Books, and continues with latest entry His Father's Eyes. Coe lives with his wife, Nancy Berner, and their two daughters in Sewanee, Tennessee.
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Others will recount the story, but that's something I would rather save for those who read this. It' a good one, with surprises, twists and turns that are a part of any good thriller. They lead up to an ending that concludes the story but promises more, which is a good thing that too few authors seem to be able to pull off.
You can read "His Father's Eyes" on its own, but you will get more from it if you read "Spell Blind" first. Then you can enjoy seeing the characters grow and interact while meeting new players with great potential for future volumes in the series.
The third novel, which doesn't have a title yet, is scheduled to come out sometime in 2016. That gives you plenty of time to read and savor the first two.
Justis Fearsson is a weremyste and former Phoenix police officer. He is now a private investigator. A weremyst is a person with a wizard’s gifts. Unfortunately, weremystes also tend to go crazy during the full moon, which is why Justis is no longer a cop. And now we have blood magic.
The author has a blog at:
magicalwords.net and davidbcoe.com
And also writes as D. B. Jackson:
If you are a fan of Harry Dresden and Alex Verus, I especially recommend this book to you. The book is an captivating read and almost meets my five star criteria, holding me up at night reading instead of going to sleep.