Dark Arts: The Iron Codex
Doctor Strange meets Jason Bourne: The fires of Hell heat up the Cold War in this globe-spanning thriller sequel to The Midnight Front.
1954: In Southeast Asia, Cade Martin, hero of The Midnight Front during World War II, chases ghosts and flees his past. In the United States, Briet Segfrunsdóttir heads the Pentagon’s top-secret magickal warfare program. And in South America, Anja Kernova hunts fugitive Nazi sorcerers with the help of a powerful magickal tome known as The Iron Codex.
In an ever-more dangerous world, a chance encounter sparks an international race to find Anja and steal The Iron Codex. Anja is hunted by friend and foe alike, leading to a showdown on Bikini Atoll in March 1954: the Castle Bravo nuclear test, where science and black magic are destined to collide.
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“Full of action and political shenanigans, this will delight readers of alternate history who appreciate a bracing dose of the supernatural.”
Selected as one of Amazon's “5 Top Picks” of Science Fiction and Fantasy Books, January 2019
“Magnetic … addictive … breakneck plotting.”
“Mack’s storytelling … kept me fully invested in each character and turning the pages.”
“I enjoyed the hell out of this novel. … Dark Arts is turning out to be a blast of a series, and I can’t wait to read the next installment, The Shadow Commission.”
“If you like your history twisted up with fantastic magical invention, this is the series for you.”
Selected as one of Barnes & Noble's “Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Books of January 2019”
“[A] very exciting tale … impossible to put down.”