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Untouchable - (Saul Imbierowicz) by Geoff Habiger & Coy Kissee (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 220

Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres

Series Title: Saul Imbierowicz

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Artemesia Publishing, LLC

Book theme: Supernatural

Author: Geoff Habiger & Coy Kissee

Language: English

Street Date: March 2, 2020
TCIN: 79626136
UPC: 9781932926859
Item Number (DPCI): 247-39-8103


"Last year we had the pleasure of reading the first book in this series called, Unremarkable. In it we met Saul Imbierowicz, a boring postal clerk in 1929 Chicago. By the book's end, poor Saul had been murdered by Mobster Al Capone who, as it turned out, was actually a vampire. Thus, to his own horror, Saul was turned and rose from the dead as a bloodsucker himself. This new book opens with Saul having been recruited by Elliot Ness to join his anti-crime task force. Ness is aware of the fact that Capone and many of his gang are supernatural monsters. The G-Man decides that having a vampire on his own team would be beneficial in future encounters. He pairs Saul with a federal agent named Christian Wright who is devoutly religious and has a deep aversion to all things unnatural, including Saul. Thus their working together is contentious from the start with Christian insulting Saul constantly while our na�ve protagonist stumbles through his new existence desperately trying to understand everything that has happened to him. Like the first entry, writers Habiger and Kissee have a wonderful talent for mixing both action and humor. That Saul mentally imagines his Jewish family, mother, father and sister, chastising at the most inopportune moments is really very funny. At the same the authors do an excellent job of weaving their imaginative narrative around actual historical accounts that transpired at the time. What we've always loved about New Pulp is its ability to offer new twists to old stories. With both Unremarkable and now Untouchable, Habiger and Kissee have delivered something truly unique and thoroughly enjoyable. We have to assume there is a third volume in the works and quite frankly we hope it arrives sooner than later." --Ron Fortier, Pulp Fiction Reviews
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