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    Dwarf the Bounty Hunter's going to Portland, Oregon, and the hounds are going with him.

    Eight humans all marked with dark magic are losing their mind, terrified of a demon that doesn't exist. Keep Portland Weird just took on a whole new meaning. They need a bounty hunter.

    Johnny Walker is ready to clean up the streets and get back to his quiet front porch in the Everglades. He's that good.

    But a clue to an old case comes up where he least expects it. The Red Boar's drug ring has spread across the country like a poisonous vine, wrapping around the one place no one dares tread with the bounty hunter. The murder of his daughter.

    Fools.

    Johnny Walker has thought about cold hard justice for too many years. Time to bring it home.

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    • 22/10/2021

    still ok characters, worse story

    The main characters(except the hounds) are still the same as in book 1 and 2, they even get some character development finally but the story itself is pretty weak this time around. Things like letting the antagonist attack first instead of just throwing everything at them right from the start or having a group of bad guys at gun point only to let all of them run away even though half of them are just normal humans and could easily be shot into the legs to disable them are some of the problems in this book. That the hounds are less useful and much less dangerous is also quite annoying, at the beginning of book 1 they even wounded a kinda friend of the protagonist, but by now they're only good for ripping some clothes, growling and comedic relief, they lost most of their support status in the story.