Cameron James is a justice dealer whose targets know her as Avenging Angel.
Unhappy with the decision of the court system? Dirty Deeds will balance the scales of justice, for the right price.
However, Cameron soon learns that her illegal business dealings are the least of her concerns. With a best friend hiding secrets and her mentor declaring war on her, Cameron must navigate the worlds of Witness Protection and the human slave market.
A single misstep plunges her into a supernatural miasma with eternal implications.
About the author
Christy King is a Fantasy author who writes about supernatural elements and how they impact lives. The characters she creates have power, but pay a heavy price.
Christy King lives in Bastrop, Texas where an unlikely pine forest grows, along with her husband of more than 20 years. She enjoys her pet dogs and cats, as well as traveling, the beach, the mountains, and writing.
Top Customer Reviews
By Sara W. on April 12, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition
Dirty Deeds is a smart, entertaining book that throws you a curve ball with each new chapter. Just when you think you know what is going on…boom, the direction changes and that is a GOOD thing.
Christy King writes smart and interesting characters…even the bad guys are kind of lovable. No one is who they seem. Dirty Deeds has a little bit of everything — mystery, danger, romance, all kinds of bad guys and one kick butt heroine. There is so much going on in this book, but not in an overwhelming way. King has woven all these perfect piecess together to create one creative puzzle with each chapter a new piece of the puzzle. When you finally get that last puzzle piece in place, it becomes this perfect AHA moment.
By R. E. Stiles on April 16, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition
“Dirty Deeds” marks the arrival of Christy King into real-world fiction. Much like her entries in the fantasy genre, King’s “Dirty Deeds” is a fast-paced, intelligent work crackling with energy.
The standout of the book is Cameron, one of the best female protagonists I have read. Tough, scrappy, sarcastic, and always looking out for herself, and a way out of the sticky situations she comes into, Cameron immediately engages the reader. She practically feels alive. Even more so, all her adventures and exploits take on a life of their own. Unlike worlds which are thrown together, Cameron’s world of slave traders, shady businessmen, and criminals of every stripe feels harsh, gritty, and realistic. The sensory imagery is dazzling, using all the senses.