'Bounty Fenetre isn’t a bounty hunter.
'Delta Void isn’t a mercenary.
'But trouble follows both of them, everywhere they go… It’s not easy to make an honest living in the tiny magical empire of Mocklore.
'Six stories of adventure, magic, chaos and chainmail lingerie, where fairy tales are bad for your love life, and shoes can solve anything.'
Source: Publisher's blurb.
A series of short stories, all set in the high-fantasy world of Mocklore, centred on Delta Void:
My name is Delta Void, DV for short, and I do stuff for a living. You know, stuff. People need a job done, I do it. It works for me because I'm not suited to just one career path, I'm suited to about a hundred and thirty of them. I have a highly original physiology (shared only by my nearest and most dearly loathed relatives) which allows me to switch personae at will. I can be a fierce warrior one minute and a highly skilled witch the next. ('Delta Void and the Clockwork Man', p.155).
'Because sometimes, it takes cleavage and big skirts to save the world from those crazy teenagers.
'Kassa Daggersharp has been a pirate, a witch, a menace to public safety, a villain, a hero and a legend. These days, she lectures first year students on the dangers of magic, at the Polyhedrotechnical in Cluft.
'Egg Friefriedsson is Kassa's teenage cousin, a lapsed Axgaard warrior who would rather stay in his room and draw comics all day than hang out with his friends. If only comics had been invented.
'Aragon Silversword is missing, presumed dead.
'All the adventures are over. It's time to get on with being a grownup. But when Egg's drawings come to life, including an evil dark city full of villains and monsters, everyone starts to lose their grip on reality. Even the flying sheep.
'Kassa and Egg are not sure who are the heroes and who are the villains anymore, but someone has to step up to save Mocklore, one last time. ' (Publisher's blurb)