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CIty of Spores by Austin Shirey

Madness Heart Press

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There’s something wrong with this city.

Welcome to Madripol, city of artists and madmen, city of mushrooms.

There’s something wrong with this city.

When a strange plague infects Old Town, Johanna Kolibrik thinks the graffiti messages scrawled all over the city might be right. Kolibrik’s got her own problems, though—like paying the bills and keeping her PI business afloat—so when a well-dressed man from New Town offers to double her fee to find his missing wife, she ignores her gut and takes the case.

There’s something wrong with this city.

But when she stumbles across a manuscript that shouldn’t exist, Kolibrik finds herself caught up in a vast web of conspiracy that will challenge everything she believes—a conspiracy that could shake the city of Madripol to its very foundations.

There’s something wrong with this city.

Because in Madripol, everything is connected …

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KM
04/28/2024
Kate M.
Canada Canada
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Fungal thriller!

An excellent fungal thriller. A city of mushrooms, a mysterious plague, a missing woman… it’s up to private eye Kolibrik to connect the dots. The author’s world building is incredible, and the prose flows and interweaves like mycelium itself. The tale is gritty, earthy, and quite dark at times; full of the wondrous descriptions of Madripol and its people, and the dark secrets buried within.