The Man Who Crossed Worlds (Miles Franco #1)

The Man Who Crossed Worlds (Miles Franco #1)

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Chris Strange By ChrisStrange Completed

Meet Miles Franco, but make it fast. If the cops have anything to say about it, he'll be dead by morning.
    
    Miles used to make a living illegally smuggling people between dimensions. That was until the cops caught up with him and made him an offer he couldn't refuse. Now he's chasing an interdimensional drug smuggler across worlds. Gangsters are trying to kick the shit out of him and the cops want to put a leash on him. These days it seems like everyone wants a piece of Miles Franco.
    
    But you can only push a man so far before he starts pushing back. And self-control isn't Miles' strong suit.
    
    Raw, insane, and hard-boiled as hell, The Man Who Crossed Worlds is a violent fever-dream for those who like their urban fantasy to kick them in the teeth.
    
    Note: This novel contains strong language, violence, and sexual situations.
    
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    This book and its sequel, The Man Who Walked in Darkness, are available now at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords. Visit www.chris-strange.com for more information.

cwest5960 cwest5960 Feb 20, 2016 08:58PM
So far I haven't put it down. Going on to next chapter. Meet you there.
killertomatoes killertomatoes Mar 14, 2016 10:02PM
Big fan of hardboiled noir in general, really like the mix of dystopia you've thrown in.
pantopicon pantopicon Oct 09, 2015 03:05AM
Big fan of noir -- and it is such a smooth match for this dystopian world you've built.
ChuLuv ChuLuv Sep 04, 2014 07:21PM
The only women I can think of that wear pantsuits are upper-middle class soccer moms, lesbians, and Hilary Clinton.
JOQuantaman JOQuantaman Aug 27, 2014 07:49AM
Normally I don't like fantasy genres, but chapter one is well-written and intriguing. The characters are vivid and plausible.
ChrisStrange ChrisStrange Apr 20, 2012 03:21AM
@ArmandInezian Thanks for the feedback! I'm glad you enjoyed it. And thanks for picking up that typo. I'll fix it right away. Cheers!