"Test of Mettle" (IDC, #3.1) Appears on the current affairs 2016 book short stories page at Hearne's website, and on Hammered ebook.
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One night's dark encounter with the cult of Hecate serves as inspiration for Shakespeare's witches in Macbeth.
Kevin Hearne Author (2011 hexed, the Iron Druid Chronicles Series, book.Place of publication not identified: Del Rey.Shattered (June 2014) First Hardcover Release.1, all the books including short stories have recorded Audiobooks narrated by Luke Daniels (for the US) and Christopher Ragland (for the UK market).Burton, MI: Subterranean Press.It takes place 6 years after the events of Tricked and deals with important details between that book and Trapped."A Prelude to War" (IDC #7.5) A novella taking place one week after the events of Shattered."Clan Rathskeller" (IDC, #0.5) A bonus short story on the Hounded ebook.
Hexed (June 2011).
Hunted (June 2013).
References edit "SF/fantasy, April 15, 2011".The Demon Barker of Wheat Street (IDC, #4.6) A short story taking place a couple of weeks after the events of "Two Ravens and One Crow".Siodhachan O Suileabhain a genuine.The entire series is told in the first-person point of view and in the beginning is told exclusively by Atticus O'Sullivan (aka.Featured in the anthology, Three Slices.Contents, synopsis edit, the series is set in our world (the first couple of books are set in Tempe, Arizona) where supernatural creatures exist, such as witches, vampires, werewolves, demons, elementals as well as various deities from many mythologies.Staked (January 26, 2016).5 Besieged (Expected July 11, 2017 3 ) - Nine short stories narrated by Atticus O'Sullivan (the main character Owen Kennedy (Atticus's archdruid Granuaile MacTiernan (Atticus's former apprentice and Perun (the Slavic god of thunder).The new girls are not just bad, theyre badasses with a dark history on the German side of wwii.
According to the official website, the collection is the length of a novel and should be considered.5 in the series.
Trapped (November 2012).