Teaser Tuesdays: March 08

Welcome to Teaser Tuesdays – a weekly feature hosted by Books and a Beat. Expect a new teaser every week!

| Teaser Tuesdays: March 08 |

The Bullet-Catcher’s Daughter

Volume One of The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire

by Rod Duncan

Steampunk | 384 Pages | Published by Angry Robot in 2014

Had I been a man, I could have strolled into that dark warren of narrow streets, blind alleys and iniquity, letting the steel tip of my cane tap out a leisurely report of my progress, receiving winks and catcalls from barkers and gamblers, gin-sellers and rowdy girls. But the Backs is no place for a lady.

~ p. 01, The Bullet-Catcher’s Daughter by Rod Duncan

| Synopsis |

Elizabeth Barnabus lives a double life – as herself and as her brother, the private detective. She is trying to solve the mystery of a disappearing aristocrat and a hoard of arcane machines. In her way stand the rogues, freaks and self-proclaimed alchemists of a travelling circus.

But when she comes up against an agent of the all-powerful Patent Office, her life and the course of history will begin to change. And not necessarily for the better…

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6 thoughts on “Teaser Tuesdays: March 08

  1. Books about daughters of men of various professions seem to be trending these days. I like your teaser, especially since I just got back from a breakfast to celebrate International Women’s Day. I’m not exactly sure what a bullet-catcher is, and from that view alone, I’d probably keep reading. I hope you’re enjoying it.

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    1. They do, don’t they? Obviously daughters have far more exciting lives than their fathers…

      And I am enjoying it, it’s definitely an intriguing read! Happy International Women’s Day (for yesterday!) 😀

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