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Richard Kadrey


USA flag (b.1957)

Richard Kadrey has published five novels, including Sandman Slim, Butcher Bird and Metrophage, and more than fifty stories. He has been immortalized as an action figure, and his short story “Goodbye Houston Street, Goodbye” was nominated for a British Science Fiction Association Award. A freelance writer and photographer, he lives in San Francisco.
 

Genres: Urban Fantasy, Fantasy, Science Fiction
 

Novels
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Omnibus
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Graphic Novels
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Novellas
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Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by Richard Kadrey
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Short stories
The Fire Catcher (1985)


Richard Kadrey recommends
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The Library At Mount Char (2015)
Scott Hawkins
"A terrific book, full of dark mystery and genuine beauty."
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The Fall of the House of Cabal (2016)
(Johannes Cabal, book 5)
Jonathan L Howard
"Jonathan L. Howard has such an effortless way with monsters and the undead that you might suspect him of being, like his creation, Johannes Cabal, a necromancer. The series is addictive."
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Nanoshock (2017)
(Sinless, book 2)
K C Alexander
"Razors for your brain."
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The City of Lost Fortunes (2018)
(Crescent City , book 1)
Bryan Camp
"Take a walk down wild card shark streets into a world of gods, lost souls, murder, and deep, dark magic. You might not come back from The City of Lost Fortunes, but you'll enjoy the trip."
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Wanderers (2019)
Chuck Wendig
"Beautiful and harrowing—and timely as hell."
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Stormland (2021)
John Shirley
"A powerful and necessary story for these times."
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In the Ravenous Dark (2021)
A M Strickland
"Strickland is a storyteller of both grace and power."
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Slewfoot (2021)
Brom
"Which is worse? The Devil of the forest or the terror of Puritan village rumors, accusations, and lies? At the crossroads of victimhood and vengeance, Abitha makes her choice--and blood follows."
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Nothing But Blackened Teeth (2021)
Cassandra Khaw
"Khaw's tale seems to come at you straight, setting up your story expectations, but then twists the knife at the last minute, leaving you reeling, but wanting more."

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