The Gypsy by Steven Brust

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Neither Stepovich, a seasoned cop, nor Cigany, a gypsy who stalks the city streets in a cloud of magic, seem to be able to find the killer who is leaving a trail of dead bodies all over the city.

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Steven Karl Zoltan Brust is a writer and musician. He was born on November 23, 1955. Brust has worked as a systems programmer for a computer company and played guitar, drums, and banjo in such bands as Cats Laughing, Morrigan, and Boiled in Lead. Brust writes science fiction, including the Vlad Taltos series, The Pheonix Guards, 500 Years After, and Brokedown Palace. He has written "choose-your-own-adventure" books for Tor and published several short stories in a series. Brust also released a solo album, A Rose for Iconoclastes, on the SteelDragon label. Megan Lindholm, writing as "Robin Hobb," is the author of many bestselling fantasy novels including "Assassin's Apprentice" and the recent "Fool's Fate".
Published July 1, 1992 by Tor Books. 272 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Stepovich arrests a confused suspect and takes a knife from him, but some sort of psychic connection is established: Stepovich knows the man isn't guilty and fails to turn in the knife, and soon the suspect mysteriously vanishes from jail.

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Soon Step finds clues that do not rationally appear logical, but lead to the enigmatic Fair Lady.

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Meanwhile, the gypsy himself is drifting in and out of various states of remembering, Stepovich's daughter Laurie is falling in with a bad crowd and, somewhere else entirely, the evil Fair Lady is plotting something...

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