The Price of a Good Drink: A Lawson Vampire Story #5: A Supernatural Espionage Urban Fantasy Series (The Lawson Vampire Series) Kindle Edition
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A great storyReviewed in the United Kingdom on October 27, 2016
A great short story in the Lawson series. This should be read BEFORE the book The Kensei (some lists put it after).
Very, very, very short short story!Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 31, 2011
Boring short story. It must be about three single sided A4 size pages when typed. Basically Lawson sits at a bar and something happens. Not worth eighty six pence.
Lawson vs Human TerroristsReviewed in the United States on February 13, 2019
An interesting short story. Lawson at the airport, minding his own business gets pulled into a plan to shoot up the airport. The bartender keeps trying to make conversation with him to get him to find out that the other 3 guys are gonna shoot up the airport. This would have been a nice start to Lawson's next adventure in a full length book, but it seems that isn't going to happen. It's nice to see that the basic outline is followed, alot of action and unanswered questions.
Fantastic short story!Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2011
This story takes place between book 4 and the novella. I think it is awesome that Jon F. Merz fills in the gaps because my mind is ALWAYS wondering what happened before and after and in between stories. Poor Lawson can never get a break there is always something or someone hindering it. I Love Lawson, his character is funny, smart, and kick-a$$.
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My Favorite Lawson ShortReviewed in the United States on December 23, 2011
Have you ever wondered what a fixer would do while waiting for a flight? This is a great diversion for reading between longer pieces. Call it a palate cleanser as you wait for the next course.