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Name: T.J. MartinsonPen Name: Genre: Fiction Audience: Adult; Born:
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Illinois ConnectionMartinson grew up in Kankakee. He received his MA in literary studies from Eastern Illinois University in Charleston.
Biographical and Professional InformationT.J. Martinson currently lives in Bloomington, Indiana where he is a PhD candidate in English at Indiana University. The Reign of the Kingfisher, is his debut novel.
AwardsThe Reign of the Kingfisher Starred Review, Publishers Weekly 11 notable Chicago books of 2019, Chicago Tribune
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The Reign of the Kingfisher: A Novel
ISBN: 1250170214. OCLC Number: 1042080283 Flatiron Books. . Somewhere in Chicago, a roomful of people have been taken hostage. The hostages will be killed one by one, the masked gunman says on-screen, unless the police will admit that they faked the death of the legendary superhero called the Kingfisher and helped him to give up his defense of the city thirty years ago. Retired reporter Marcus Waters made his name as a journalist covering the enigmatic superhero's five years of cleaning up Chicago's streets. Then the Kingfisher died, Chicago resumed its violent turmoil, and Marcus slid back into obscurity. But did the Kingfisher really die? And who would take hostages connected to the Kingfisher's past attempts to clean up the streets? With the help of disgraced police officer Lucinda Tillman and a young hacktivist named Wren, Marcus will explore the city's violence, corruption, and chaos to figure out if the vigilante hero died tragically, or gave up hope and abandoned the city--and for the hostages, the clock is ticking.--Amazon.com.