To write in a genre you need to know its conventions (or tropes) — what elements readers expect to find in the story and what plot structure you should use. You have to spend ages reading novels and watching films to learn these things — or you could read this in-depth series where the work has been done for you.
Anton Leyander and Edric Edison are performers and thieves in a land where magic is slowly returning. Magic in the form of dragons, the waking dead, ghosts, and demons. If they can stop bickering long enough, they might save the world.
When his despised brother-in-law is suspected of murder, down-at-heel private detective Joe Lucke must locate vital evidence to prove his innocence. A femme fatale, abusive Indian waiters, and an over-excited pit-bull are just some of the obstacles that stand in the way of him discovering Who Killed Big Dick?
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