The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter

The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter

by Michael J. Sullivan


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A daughter vanishes. Two rogues are paid a fortune to find her. It isn't enough.

When Gabriel Winter's daughter mysteriously disappears and is presumed dead, the wealthy whiskey baron seeks revenge. Having lived in Colnora during the infamous Year of Fear, he hires the one man he knows can deliver a bloody retribution - the notorious Duster.

Ride with Royce and Hadrian as the cynical ex-assassin and idealistic ex-mercenary travel to a mysterious old-world city filled with nobles claiming descent from the imperial aristocracy. Riyria's job appears easy: discover what happened to the missing duchess and, if she lives, bring her home . . . if not, punish those responsible. But nothing is simple in the crowded, narrow, mist-filled streets of Rochelle, where more than one ancient legend lurks.

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ISBN-13: 9781943363155
Publisher: Mascot Books
Publication date: 10/02/2018
Pages: 480
Sales rank: 791,820
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

Ever since Michael J. Sullivan found a manual typewriter at the age of 10, he's been weaving tales of unlikely heroes. Starting in his twenties, he wrote 13 novels but found no traction in publishing. Because insanity is repeating the same act but expecting a different result, he did the only sane thing he could think of: he quit and vowed never to write creatively again.

Michael stayed away for a decade and returned to writing on one condition: he wouldn't seek publication. Instead, he wrote a series of books to foster a love for fantasy in his thirteen-year-old daughter, who suffered from severe dyslexia. After reading those books, his wife made it her mission to “get his works out there,” and the rest, as they say, is history.

Since 2008, Michael has published 14 books, sold over 1.5 million copies, has 75 foreign language translations, has a series in development for television, and has appeared on the Washington Post’s Hardcover Bestseller list multiple times.

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