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The Magician Murders [Reading] ➶ The Magician Murders Author Josh Lanyon – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Nothing up his sleeves Nothing but murderJason West, hot shot special agent with the FBI s Art Crime Team, is recuperating from a recent hit and run accident at the Wyoming home of BAU Chief Sam Kenne Nothing up his sleeves Nothing but murderJason West, hot shot special agent with the FBI s Art Crime Team, is recuperating from a recent hit and run accident at the Wyoming home of BAU Chief Sam Kennedy when he s asked to aid in the The Magician PDF/EPUB or investigation of a suspicious death in a National ForestWhen the dead man is found to be the Kosher Conjuror, a much hated part time magician accused of revealing the highly guarded secrets of professional illusionists, it seems clear this must be a simple revenge killing until Jason realizes an earlier suspicious death at the trendy magic club Top Hat White Rabbit might be part of the same, much larger and sinister, pattern.

    Kindle Welcome to the Kindle ereader store much hated part time magician accused of revealing the highly guarded secrets of professional illusionists, it seems clear this must be a simple revenge killing until Jason realizes an earlier suspicious death at the trendy magic club Top Hat White Rabbit might be part of the same, much larger and sinister, pattern."/>
  • ebook
  • 281 pages
  • The Magician Murders
  • Josh Lanyon
  • English
  • 07 July 2018

About the Author: Josh Lanyon

Josh Lanyon is the author of over sixty titles of classic Male Male fiction featuring twisty mystery, kickass adventure and unapologetic man on man romanceHer work has been translated into eleven languages The FBI thriller Fair Game was the first male male title to be The Magician PDF/EPUB or published by Harlequin Mondadori, the largest romance publisher in Italy Stranger on the Shore Harper Collins Italia was the first M M title to be published in print In Fatal Shadows placed in Japan s annual Boy Love novel list the first and only title by a foreign author to place The Adrien English Series was awarded All Time Favorite Male Male Couple in the nd Annual contest held by the , Goodreads M M Group Josh is an Eppie Award winner, a four time Lambda Literary Award finalist twice for Gay Mystery , an Edgar nominee and the first ever recipient of the Goodreads Favorite M M Author Lifetime Achievement awardJosh is married and lives in Southern CaliforniaFind other Josh Lanyon titles at joshlanyonFollow Josh on Twitter, Facebook, and Goodreads.



10 thoughts on “The Magician Murders

  1. Simone Simone says:

    4 Relationship wise was this my favorite so far, plot wise not And I really do hate cliffhanger Gahhh

  2. Ms. Smartarse Ms. Smartarse says:

    Jason and Kennedy finally manage to wrangle some time off to enjoy a weekend together, only for our intrepid art detective to get assaulted on his way to the grocery store For all the severe self recriminations, and frustrating squabbles courtesy of his lover s sheltering attempts, the two protagonists manage to spend some serious quality time in a secluded location The not so romantic part in all this, aside from the whole laying low because you have a stalker, is having to meet the mother i Jason and Kennedy finally manage to wrangle some time off to enjoy a weekend together, only for our intrepid art detective to get assaulted on his way to the grocery store For all the severe self recriminations, and frustrating squabbles courtesy of his lover s sheltering attempts, the two protagonists manage to spend some serious quality time in a secluded location The not so romantic part in all this, aside from the whole laying low because you have a stalker, is having to meet the mother in law Obviously Jason will inevitably get confronted with shadows from Kennedy s past, thus triggering several alarm bells that will put his self worth through Hell But hey, that s just the norm with families, right You know, I actually liked the mystery aspect from this book I can t honestly say I care about magic shows, aside from a vague interest in finding the trick Getting to follow Jason and his young protege around the magicians community of a Wyoming small town though, turned out to be lots of fun Doubly so, due to our hero s recovering injuries which prevented him fromreckless actions Or so Kennedy wanted to think cough Relationship wise, it was interesting seeing a bit of Kennedy s background this time around, in spite of the bittersweet feelings that they evoked I was sincerely surprised to see his mother grow on me during the course of the story, considering how much I disliked the way she brought up her son s murdered ex I m actually hoping I get to seeof her later on.Score 3 5 starsHaving finished the book almost a month ago, I seem to be struggling to recall many details What I can say with certainty, is that I very much liked the magic related aspects of the case, especially with Jason doing his damnest to ignore the murder aspects of it I mean, he had promised Oh and I obviously loved the resolution of the inevitable fight our two protagonists got into Kennedy may very well try the patience of any saint, but he can also apologize like no other swoons and the story ended on a suitably creepy note, to have me immediately start on the sequel What can I say Binges always hit me hard Review of book 1 The Mermaid MurdersReview of book 2 The Monet MurdersReview of book 4 The Monuments Men Murders

  3. Christelle Christelle says:

    Arghhh stupid assumptions I should have known better This series about Sam and Jason, two FBI agents romantically involved, is not a trilogy.I don t know if I m glad about it, as I m getting really fond of these guys, or sorry, because cliffie and winter 2019 beforeSo, what do we have here 2 career oriented FBI agents, with an age gap, each trying in their own way to build a relationship although it s mostly a long distance one, Jason needing to be on equal foot, and Sam afraid to hur Arghhh stupid assumptions I should have known better This series about Sam and Jason, two FBI agents romantically involved, is not a trilogy.I don t know if I m glad about it, as I m getting really fond of these guys, or sorry, because cliffie and winter 2019 beforeSo, what do we have here 2 career oriented FBI agents, with an age gap, each trying in their own way to build a relationship although it s mostly a long distance one, Jason needing to be on equal foot, and Sam afraid to hurt Jason Since their first meeting, they have to deal with a case in each book, this time a quite simple one, and some escalating danger lurking in the background.Less accent on the suspense andfocus on Sam and Jason s relationship this time, to my delight Their bond is getting stronger but there is still some work Will they get their HEA and will they stop their stalker damned these cliffies

  4. Natasha Natasha says:

    WINTER 2019 LANYON, I COULD VERY WELL BE DEAD BY THEN a review with SPOILERS Wow Okay I really loved this I did Why a 4 and not a 5 Well, I wanted a littttleout of the mystery plot I guess it just didn t grab me the way The Mermaid Murders did I did wantmagic in the novel, and not metaphorically I wanted there to beactual things relating to magic.Still, Lanyon s writing is on POINT with this book It s seriously some of Lanyon s best written work yet So many tidy WINTER 2019 LANYON, I COULD VERY WELL BE DEAD BY THEN a review with SPOILERS Wow Okay I really loved this I did Why a 4 and not a 5 Well, I wanted a littttleout of the mystery plot I guess it just didn t grab me the way The Mermaid Murders did I did wantmagic in the novel, and not metaphorically I wanted there to beactual things relating to magic.Still, Lanyon s writing is on POINT with this book It s seriously some of Lanyon s best written work yet So many tidy sentences and beautiful structures.And my poor boy, Jason I also thought that certain person was the killer I 100% thought so toolol.So like many of my fellow reviewers have said, I wanted Sam and Jason s relationship to be a little further along at this point Or sorry, we re all comparing them to Adrien and Jake just a little, ok in a huge, massive burning building of flames, by this point like in A J book 3 They re just so makes neck strangling hand gestures They don t communicate at all And Jason is dramatic And Sam is such a prick And I love them both dearly, but come on.Also, I thought there was going to beof a story about Sam and Ruby It seemed like there was going to beand in the end it was wrapped up kind of with and then Jason found out that Sam really did love and respect his mother Which I totally understand but I think I wanted a littleout of that one.Still.I loved it very very very much And just days prior I re read the other 2 in the series.And now I have to pray to satan or jesus whoever can keep me alive longer and take my vitamins and exercise regularly so that I don t drop dead before the next release in WINTER 2019 so that I can find out exactly how Jason s favorite whack a doodle buddy is planning on skinning him alive.Would I rec Duh Of course I would

  5. Martin Martin says:

    This series is clearly one of the best It s like reading a m m romance master class project Everything is absolutely spot on.We have our once again only POV MC Agent Jason West, the sexy and cute art expert for the FBI s Art Crime DivisionAnd his let s just say it, even though you never know for sure boyfriend, BAU Chief Sam Kennedy, who spends all of his time profiling serial killers.How these two ever got together, only the first two books will answer Because yes, they are an unlikely This series is clearly one of the best It s like reading a m m romance master class project Everything is absolutely spot on.We have our once again only POV MC Agent Jason West, the sexy and cute art expert for the FBI s Art Crime DivisionAnd his let s just say it, even though you never know for sure boyfriend, BAU Chief Sam Kennedy, who spends all of his time profiling serial killers.How these two ever got together, only the first two books will answer Because yes, they are an unlikely and unequal couple, which is the one big obstacle that the tension in the series largely draws from.The plot is absolutely captivating, although I m the first to say I m not reading this for the mystery plots, but clearly for Sam and Jason Their intimate moments are some of the best I have ever seen, probably because Sam and Jason aren t the juiciest of couples and they do have their differences, so once they get down to some serious romance, it s life changing A few words about the plot Sam and Jason s previous cases are stillor less open, but the two guys take a few days off to just be a couple for a change However, Jason trying to get Chinese take out for Sam ends in a catastrophe and puts Jason on sick leave once again.However, this time, Sam talks Jason into going to his home town in Wyoming where his mom runs a ranch among other things Staying in Ruby Kennedy s guest house, Jason tries to relax and heal, but isor less just bored to death, especially when Sam announces to leave for two days to work on a case of his Luckily, Sam is gracious enough to allow Jason to take on an art crime consulting inquiry from the local FBI branch, helping the local agents find clues about a stolen collection of magic memorabilia vintage posters of magician s shows and artifacts from famous magicians like Houdini Of course, a simple consulting job turns into a murder case with Jason right in the middle as usual.And with Jason s injuries and Sam being out of town, things might turn deadly for our poor sexy art consultant slash FBI agent The plot was great I loved the magic artifacts and tarot cards that were mentioned several times I also loved how the whole book like any book by Lanyon, I guess has an overall theme that you find throughout the whole story Even the sex scenes had a magician s touch It s absolutely amazing and captivating I also love how the whole series is written from Jason s POV We never get to see inside Sam I would even go as far as saying that Sam is the main riddle in the whole series Sure, he gets unraveledandthe further their relationship takes us and so far, I like what I see but Jason feels absolutely insecure and inferior when dealing with Sam and his wealth of experience, handling the often brilliant, but almost always mad monsters that are his serial killers Jason is an art expert, after all He s not one of those agents that shoot bad guys He usually works with art galleries and websites to see where stolen art might show up, so he can retrieve it for the rightful owner.This inequality in their relationship needs to be resolved in the course of this series, and OMG, watching them work through their issues is some of the best stuff that m m romance has to offer.Enough said This is a 5 star favorite and one of my best reads in this year

  6. Karen Karen says:

    I admit to holding my breath through a lot of this episode in the story of Jason and Sam view spoiler because another THYS ending was feasible hide spoiler Since the story is told from Jason s POV, and Sam is intentionally habitually hard to read, the reader can t help but share Jason s professional and personal anxieties Plus Jason is injured and physically fragile, and stubbornly trying to ignore that The mystery is layered and complex, and it wasn t until the near end that I could s I admit to holding my breath through a lot of this episode in the story of Jason and Sam view spoiler because another THYS ending was feasible hide spoiler Since the story is told from Jason s POV, and Sam is intentionally habitually hard to read, the reader can t help but share Jason s professional and personal anxieties Plus Jason is injured and physically fragile, and stubbornly trying to ignore that The mystery is layered and complex, and it wasn t until the near end that I could see which threads would be wound up and which will be continued in the next book There was a surprising potential wind up view spoiler the likely identity of Ethan s killer hide spoiler As usual, Lanyon s writing is lean, rich, and is interspersed with those luscious poetic passages, especially in the intimate scenes Note the end of chapter 18 with the references to magic They shouldn t work, but just do Beautifully.Josh Lanyon has a gift for picking locations and focal topics, in this case Wyoming and magicians vintage collectibles, may seem an unlikely combo, but are engaging Research really does pay off We get a strong sense of place and a strong sense of where Sam is coming from , and a taste of the community of magicians.Agent Dreyfus asked the question that I also had view spoiler Why do you think there are so few female magicians hide spoiler Not sure whether I agree with Elle Diamond s response, but it made me smile and was fitting to her character s experience My own response to magicians has been akin to that of many others response to clowns This book and JCP s Magic Mansion have gentled that a bit

  7. Viv Viv says:

    The audiobook is wonderful Loved it, just like most of Lanyon s work I love being in Jason s head He is smart and confident in all thingsexcept his relationship with Sam Jason is human and I relate to him so well The mystery was really well done and I loved the bit of humor in this I am also happy that this is not the end of Sam and Jason s story

  8. Ami Ami says:

    I think I have to settle with the fact that I may have to tone down my expectation when it comes to the mystery in this series Mainly because Special Agent Jason West s specialty is Art Crime emphasis on Art and not homicides So no, he doesn t really need to investigate murders and serial killers And yes, I have to be satisfied with that.In that sense, I actually enjoyed the mystery here MUCH better than book 2 I liked the magic magician angle, and how passionate Jason was when he defen I think I have to settle with the fact that I may have to tone down my expectation when it comes to the mystery in this series Mainly because Special Agent Jason West s specialty is Art Crime emphasis on Art and not homicides So no, he doesn t really need to investigate murders and serial killers And yes, I have to be satisfied with that.In that sense, I actually enjoyed the mystery here MUCH better than book 2 I liked the magic magician angle, and how passionate Jason was when he defended explained the historical and cultural significance of magic arts and memorabilia While Jason tried NOT to be involved with the murder angle when Jason discovered a couple of magicians have died in a strange way he actually ended up solving THAT as well, and that was a winner for him.On the relationship angle, hey, Jason and Sam were moving forward albeit SLOOOWLY Lanyon is the master of playing around with angst of established couple who have trouble communicating or love with ex es seriously, Lanyon s ex es romances are the BEST I loved the progress in here and there was one moment where I actually felt my eyes got all teary.I am glad that there is still another book in this series because the ending THAT was awesomely thrilling I got chills

  9. MishyJo MishyJo says:

    September 8, 2019 Here I am ready for book 4 Here I am ready for book 4 Here I am ready for book 4 Here I am ready for book 4 Here I am ready for book 4 January 12, 2019 What a creepy last page I assume that means the story is far from over Good thing I needSam and Jason.

  10. Jaya Jaya says:

    Wtf happened

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