Richard Lee Byers Releases BLIND GOD'S BLUFF

Billy Fox, a small-time gambler on a losing streak, has more than enough problems on his hands, owing too much money to some very impatient people. But when he rescues a blinded stranger from a swarm of bloodthirsty fairies, Billy's life gets a lot more complicated.

Seems the stranger is actually a powerful local god who is involved in a high-stakes Florida poker tournament against various supernatural challengers. And with his eyes currently missing, he needs somebody to take his place at the gaming table. Before Billy knows it, he finds himself playing against the likes of an ancient Egyptian mummy, an unbearably seductive succubus, a mechanical man, an insect queen, and a cannibalistic beast-man. And not just cards are in play; magic, bloodshed, and cheating are not only expected, they're encouraged.

Everybody, including a sexy satyr-girl with her own cards up her sleeve, thinks that Billy is in way over his head. But Billy is a born gambler and, when the chips are down, he might just change his luck for good!

Blind Man's Bluff is an outrageously addictive urban fantasy that will keep you flipping pages until the very last hand.

About the Author
Richard Lee Byers is the author of approximately forty fantasy and horror novels including the Dungeons and Dragons Forgotten Realms novels as well as scores of short stories. He holds a BA and an MA in Psychology, worked in a psychiatric facility for many years, then left the mental health field to become a writer. A resident of the Tampa Bay area, the setting for Blind God's Bluff and much of his horror fiction, he is a frequent guest at Florida SF conventions and spends much of his leisure time fencing and, as one might guess, playing poker.

Book Information
Blind God's Bluff
Richard Lee Byers
9781597804431
Trade Paperback
Jan 2013
Night Shade Books

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