all the Precinct books have been reissued!

It’s now official — all five extant Precinct books have been reissued by eSpec Books, as they’ve rereleased Gryphon Precinct (complete with the bonus story “Chaos Theory”).

Here are full ordering links for all five books:

Now I just have to write Mermaid Precinct……………….

now available once again: Unicorn Precinct and Goblin Precinct

The reissue of my “Precinct” series of high fantasy police procedurals is continuing from the fine folks at eSpec Books. They reissued Dragon Precinct last month, and they also reissued Unicorn Precinct not long after, with Goblin Precinct available today!

Just as the eSpec edition of Dragon has a bonus short story in the back, so too do Unicorn and Goblin — those two novels include the Kickstarter stories “When the Magick Goes Away” and “Baker’s Dozen,” the first and second cases of Torin ban Wyvald and Danthres Tresyllione as partners, ten years prior to the novel series.

You can order the books from all the usual online dealers:

Look for the re-release of Tales from Dragon Precinct this month, and either this or next month, Gryphon Precinct will be re-released, with a new story I’m writing especially for it.

This fall, we’ll finally get Mermaid Precinct out, and that will be followed by Phoenix Precinct, Manticore Precinct, and More Tales from Dragon Precinct. (Don’t worry, the existence of two new precincts will be explained in Mermaid…….)

the Precinct books have a new publisher!

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I’m pleased to announce that the “Precinct” novels have a new publisher: eSpec Books! The paperwork still has to be dealt with, but it’s pretty much a done deal that eSpec will be taking over both the series going forward and the backlist.

What this means is that eSpec will be putting out new editions of Dragon Precinct, Unicorn Precinct, Goblin Precinct, Gryphon Precinct, and Tales from Dragon Precinct. They will also be publishing Mermaid Precinct, as well as three more books in the series, titles TBA.

I’m really excited about this. I’m very grateful to Dark Quest Books for reviving the series in 2011, but it was time to move on, and I’ve been loving what eSpec has been doing generally. I think it’s the best home for my fantasy police procedural series.