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Liam O'Donnell

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Tank & Fizz: Monster Detectives Coming Soon!

Monsters and Mysteries collide in Tank & Fizz my new series for younger readers coming soon from Orca Book Publishers and illustrated by the ghoulishly talented Mike Deas.

We’re talking about the journey as we go. Follow along on the monstrous journey at TankandFizz.com.

Geeked Out Mysteries


Geeked Out Mysteries #1

“I was riding my bronze dragon when someone crushed Lincoln Rensk’s skull with a computer monitor.”

Fifteen year old Orin Hatch came to StrifeCon to geek-out over his favourite online video game and own noobs on the PvP battlefield.

Now, he’s running from the cops, searching for his brother and hunting a killer.

Ganked is the first book in the new Geeked Out Mysteries series for young adults, from award-winning mystery author Liam O’Donnell.

Learn more about Ganked

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