Dread Brass Shadows: A Garrett, P.I. Novel - Glen Cook This book was really, really hard for me to get into. It was confusing, had too much of a cloak-and-dagger element where even I had no idea what anyone was doing, and Garrett whined incessantly. But by some miracle, Cook pulled it out of the fire at the end. I actually wound up liking it, not as much as previous books but enough that I will keep reading about old Garrett.

After I digest this thing some more, I'll write something coherent about Dread Brass Shadows, just not right now. I gotta go. A brunette is yelling at me to help do the laundry. *sigh* Marital bliss, ain't it grand.