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Bob Ironspell-Cabas, known as Ironspell, is a rookie officer on his third day in the Denver Police Department Supernatural Unit or DPDS. His partner and mentor takes him to the Denver Zoo, thinking that it'll be a good training opportunity. Instead, they discover a deranged sorcerer has let loose a dragon from the Supernatural portion of a new exhibit called, "The Magical Bob Ironspell-Cabas, known as Ironspell, is a rookie officer on his third day in the Denver Police Department Supernatural Unit or DPDS. His partner and mentor takes him to the Denver Zoo, thinking that it'll be a good training opportunity. Instead, they discover a deranged sorcerer has let loose a dragon from the Supernatural portion of a new exhibit called, "The Magical Zoo." With a crazied sorcerer and a pissed-off dragon on the loose, Ironspell must use his knowledge and his magic to stop both. Otherwise, Denver is in for some serious trouble. What's more, sorcerer has taken hostages and threatens to feed them to the werewolves in the Lycanthrope House. The problem is Ironspell isn't exactly a wizard -- he learns his spells by reading magazines like Popular Wizardry. Can Denver and the Denver Zoo survive Ironspell's attempts to save the day?


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Bob Ironspell-Cabas, known as Ironspell, is a rookie officer on his third day in the Denver Police Department Supernatural Unit or DPDS. His partner and mentor takes him to the Denver Zoo, thinking that it'll be a good training opportunity. Instead, they discover a deranged sorcerer has let loose a dragon from the Supernatural portion of a new exhibit called, "The Magical Bob Ironspell-Cabas, known as Ironspell, is a rookie officer on his third day in the Denver Police Department Supernatural Unit or DPDS. His partner and mentor takes him to the Denver Zoo, thinking that it'll be a good training opportunity. Instead, they discover a deranged sorcerer has let loose a dragon from the Supernatural portion of a new exhibit called, "The Magical Zoo." With a crazied sorcerer and a pissed-off dragon on the loose, Ironspell must use his knowledge and his magic to stop both. Otherwise, Denver is in for some serious trouble. What's more, sorcerer has taken hostages and threatens to feed them to the werewolves in the Lycanthrope House. The problem is Ironspell isn't exactly a wizard -- he learns his spells by reading magazines like Popular Wizardry. Can Denver and the Denver Zoo survive Ironspell's attempts to save the day?

30 review for That Dragon was in No Way My Fault: An Adult Urban Fantasy (The Ironspell Chronicles)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gail Daley

    Laugh Out Loud Funny This is only a short story but I found it reminiscent of the humorous stories of L. Sprague de Camp (The Incomplete Enchanter) and a few others who so successfully spoofed the genere back in the day. And no, I’m going to tell you which day! There hasn’t been a writer capable of doing this without slipping into slapstick in a long time. Highly recommended.

  2. 4 out of 5

    M Parker

    A good read Good pros not mangled like a lot story is extremely good enjoyed this book from start to finish and now on to 2

  3. 4 out of 5

    Aizlynne

    I haven't laughed this hard at any book that wasn't written by Terry Pratchett. Thank you for some hilarious Latin and excellent social commentary masquerading as exposition.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Margaret

    That Dragon was in No Way My Fault: An Adult Urban Fantasy (The Ironspell Chronicles) by MH Bonham is certainly worth reading! Very short (41 pages) and quite funny. An unusual plot. Loved the characters, sense of humor and the short story in general.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Short and Sweet Fast to read, an intriguing peek into the world of the BBC writer. Looking forward to reading more in this series

  6. 5 out of 5

    Susan Smith

    Brilliant. Made me laugh. Well written, good strong charactwers. More, more more.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Pat Oliver

    the two stories in this book was funny and very quick reads.

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