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    Patrick Thomas writes the fantasy humor series Murphy’s Lore, which includes Tales From Bulfinche’s Pub, Fools’ Day, Through The Drinking Glass, Shadow Of The Wolf, Redemption Road, Bartender Of The Gods, Nightcaps and Empty Graves — as well as the After Hours spin offs Fairy With A Gun, Fairy Rides The Lightning, Dead To Rites, Rites of Passage, and Lore & Dysorder. His Mystic Investigators paranormal mystery series includes Bullets & Brimstone, From The Shadows, Once More Upon A Time, and Partners In Crime. He co-edited New Blood and Hear Them Roar and was an editor for Fantastic Stories of the Imagination and Pirate Writings. Patrick’s syndicated humorous advice column Dear Cthulhu includes Have A Dark Day, Good Advice For Bad People, and Cthulhu Knows Best. A number of his books are part of the props department of the CSI television show and have been spotted on the show. His urban fantasy Fairy With A Gun was optioned by Laurence Fishburne’s Cinema Gypsy Productions. Drop by to learn more or find out about The Patrick Thomas Show mockumentary.


Bad-Ass FaeriesBad-Ass Faeries: In All Their GloryBad-Ass Faeries: It's Elemental

Bad-Ass Bibliography:
(click on the story title to read an excerpt)

Bad-Ass Faeries - ENDGAME

In All Their Glory - The Size of the Fight in the Soldier

It's Elemental - Looking a Gift Horse

    Awards -
    Finalist for the 2007 Dream Realm Award, Best Anthology - Bad-Ass Faeries
    Winner for the 2011 EPIC Award, Best Anthology - In All Their Glory


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