Hunter Gamble

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"A surprisingly fresh, funny and fiery mystery that envelopes the reader in a uniquely colorful world." Kirkus Reviews

"Without doubt the best fiction work from an independent author I've read in recent months." Ella Medler

"This novel is one of the best I've read in years." Lorraine Nelson

The Premise:

The next chapter in the struggle for equal rights begins!
Hunter Gamble is an idealistic young attorney in a very special area of the practice: arcane defense. Funded by enigmatic billionaire Charles McClain and aided by shy-but-energetic research attorney Kirsten Harper, he's making the world a better place -- one vampire, zombie, or werewolf client at a time. After all, they deserve their day in court too, right?

When a young zombie walks into Hunter's office accused of murder (by brain-eating), Hunter's idealism is tested as never before as he struggles to secure the man's freedom. To do so, he must square off against a savvy and ambitious district attorney, contend with a judge who is deeply biased against arcanes, and stand up to a human-supremacist group which will stop at nothing -- not even Hunter's own death -- to see his client convicted.

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"This is not your typical supernatural story.... Atticus is an awesome book and not just for fans of the urban fantasy/paranormal genres....  Kudos to John Abramowitz for his creative genius and exceptional writing."
Moonlit Dreams

"Mr. Abramowitz has crafted a great story with very believable characters.... Each character is well-developed.... You will cringe with each plot twist. You will smile as things go the characters way, and mourn when they don't..... I am rating this book with 4 stars, but a very highly regarded 4 stars. While not the best book I have ever read, Atticus for the Undead was one of the most engaging. Whether you are a fan of legal, sci-fi, fantasy, or supernatural fiction I think there is something here for everyone."
Candy's Raves

"I flew through each page, dying to know the immediate fate of each  character, all of whom were entertaining and likeable...."
Ricochet Reviews

"Very clever.... [the] dialogue is amazing and the narrative is just as rich."
-Angela Cornford, Whimsy and Writing (quoted from an e-mail with permission)

"I breezed through this book really quickly. It just flies along, and it kept my interest for every page. I was so absorbed in the book that I didn't even realize the end was coming up. Then the ending exploded and I was shocked!" Book Briefs

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The Premise:

A man walks into the Texas Capitol. Shots ring out. A young aide lies dead. The killer's excuse? He was under a spell.

Sounds like a job for Hunter Gamble, right?

Wrong. After his disastrous "victory" in the trial of Samuel Pollard, Hunter has turned his back on defending oppressed vampires, mages, and zombies. Having accepted a position at his father's giant litigation firm, he's trying the glamorous cases, working in a corner office, and making a six-figure salary--and hating every minute of it.

As Hunter plots his exit strategy, he finds himself inexorably drawn to the case of the Capitol shooter, who is an old friend from law school. As he works to clear his friend, Hunter discovers that there is much more at stake in this case than whether one man was under a spell. Before long, he finds himself pulled into a magical conspiracy dating back to before the Unveiling--and with a singularly cold-blooded wizard at its heart.

The clock is ticking. The search for answers is on. And the author of Atticus for the Undead invites you to come along for the thrill ride--and get the magic back.

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Still not convinced? Ask the reviewers!
"This is a tale of the supernatural at its core and begs to be given a chance." -IHOGeek
"...Fans of urban fantasies and legal thrillers will love this interesting mashup of the two styles." -Katy Sozaeva, book blogger
"Identity Theft is a great read, fast paced and exciting, it definitely keeps the reader on their toes." -Lindsay & Jane's Views and Reviews


  1. Oh, so this author has vamps, weres and zombies as clients. (I thought attorneys were the only bad guys in the court rooms). :-) Sounds like my kind of book; very original... Makes for lots of odd situations, I assume.

    Great page!

    Hugs - Betty Dravis

  2. meh...not terrible....not great either...worth a read on a rainy sunday

  3. That sounds hilarious. Nice change in vampires stories

  4. Thank you! The idea tickled me so pink I had to write it!

    I'm starting work on the sequel today, too. :)