Rushing around before heading down to San Antonio for World Fantasy this weekend, but a couple things:
Publishers Weekly on The Imposters of Aventil: "As always, Maresca’s busy city of Maradaine and its multicultural denizens reveal his skill at creating lively, believable settings. Readers unfamiliar with the series will need to get up to speed with all the characters and subplots, but the effort is repaid by this fun, pulpy fantasy adventure."
Powder and Page on An Import of Intrigue: "His skill at both character and world building do him tremendous credit as a writer, planner, and creative mind. I am yet again justified in saying he is one of my favorite authors and I think he’s grossly underappreciated (or unknown) by fantasy consumers."
German language editions of The Thorn of Dentonhill and A Murder of Mages are coming out next year! If you want to order either of DIE CHRONIKEN VON MARADAINE, you can do that here.
In the near future I'm going to be telling you all more about Lady Henterman's Wardrobe (that comes out in March!), A Parliament of Bodies and what's to come beyond! Until then, down in the word mines.