Eddi McCandry lives in Minneapolis and plays guitar in a rock'n'roll band. Or at least she did until they split after a disastrous gig. Her night doesn't improve any when she's followed home by a fierce black dog. A talking dog, it turns out, who says that he's now her bodyguard.
Emma Bull is an American science fiction and fantasy author. Born in 1954 in California, she is best-known for her pioneering work of urban fantasy, War for the Oaks, which won the Locus Award for Best First Novel. Her subsequent works include Falcon, Bone Dance, Finder, Freedom and Necessity, and Territory. She's the executive producer of Shadow Unit (www.shadowunit.org), a contemporary science fiction series available free on the Web. She's also a former member of Cats Laughing, a rock/folk/jazz/jam band, and The Flash Girls, winners of the Minnesota Music Award. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Emma Bull is really good * Neil Gaiman *
A contemporary fantasy classic * Publishers Weekly *