The sea was wet as wet could be [electronic resource] : Cronyn & Justice Fantasy Mystery Series, Book 2. Mel Gilden.
- ISBN: 9781434444394 (electronic bk)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: Rockville : Wildside Press, 2012.
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|Summary, etc.:|| In a Los Angeles that is something like ours—but in which magic has become an integral part of society—P.I. Turner Cronyn and a beautiful woman named Astraea Scales investigate the theft of Big Al (the Triton)'s conch shell horn, which not only plays beautiful music at the Triton Club, but also has magical properties that could inundate greater L.A. And the villain appears to be the last of the surviving race of Sirens (of Circe fame), who still wants revenge on the Greek hero Jason! Great fantasy and mystery adventure—and a sequel to Dangerous Hardboiled Magicians.
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