Judge Anderson: Year Two ( Judge Anderson: The Early Years )

“My name is Judge Cassandra Anderson. And you will Gruddamn call me that.”

It’s 2101, and a young Judge Anderson is in her second year on the streets.

A new case takes Anderson into a block overrun by gangs and ruled by a corrupt former celebrity… an assignment hunting down a revived cult partners her up with an old hero of the Division… and a routine callout to a “futsie” attack puts her on the trail of a team of psychic murderers.

All in a day’s work for the future legend of Psi-Div!

Imprint
Published
19th Sep 2019
Length
384 pages
ISBN(Mobi)
9781786182364
ISBN(Epub)
9781786182364
ISBN(Print)
9781781086186
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About the author

Danie Ware is a single working Mum with long-held interests in role-playing, re-enactment, vinyl art toys and personal fitness. She went to all all-boys' public school, has a halfway decent English degree, and spent most of her twenties clobbering her friends with an assortment of steel cutlery. These days, she juggles raising her son and writing books with working for Forbidden Planet (London) Ltd., where she runs their events calendar and social media profile – and has the original Judge Anderson inspiration-image behind her desk (no kidding). In those rare times when she's not writing, working, or on manoeuvres with her son, she usually falls over exhausted.Danie is the author of the critically acclaimed Ecko series, out now from Titan Books and Children of Artifice, an urban fairy story, out from Fox Spirit Books. She also writes Sisters of Battle for the Black Library, and has short stories published in numerous anthologies. She lives in Carshalton, south London, with her son and two cats.

About the author

Laurel Sills is a writer and editor who lives in South East London with her partner, daughter and two cats. She’s had stories published in Sharkpunk and Game Over, both with Snowbooks. She was the co-founder and editor of the award-winning Holdfast Magazine.

About the author

“I enjoyed this book, although it made me nervous. I loved the conflict it caused in me. It’s fast-paced and uncompromising, keeping true to the essence of the Judges.” -- The British Fantasy Society