Angels in Hell's Kitchen by John E. Miller
(Dime Store Novel)

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Sometimes what looks like an angel really is one. Sometimes it's not. As a teenage boy, Duncan O'Malley moved from Ireland to New York, looking for a new start. As an adult in the 1890s, he believes he's accomplished it. What Irish immigrant could want more than to own a boxing gym with his charming, and only somewhat annoying brother? But one sweltering day in Hell's Kitchen, all of that changes when an old acquaintance shows up and informs him he is now a cop. Maggie Bloom is a young, fiery red head. She is also engaged to a man with money, the drive to succeed, and a temper. He also has a dark secret -- his connection with a New York gang. When she decides to disguise herself as a boy to learn to protect herself, she never suspects that decision will change her life. Angels in Hell's Kitchen is the first book in the O'Malley story arc of the Dime Store Novel series, an urban fantasy novella about a world that appears normal on the surface. However, as Duncan finds out, normalcy is only an illusion. Are there demons in the shadows? Or only evil men?

About John E. Miller

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John E. Miller is the author of Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little Town: Where History and Literature Meet and Becoming Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Woman behind the Legend (University of Missouri Press). He is Professor Emeritus of History at South Dakota State University and lives in Brookings.
Published August 30, 2010 by Dream Dragon Press. 202 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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