Everyone loves a well-catered event, and the supernatural community is no exception. Enter Sin du Jour, the expert caterers to demons, goblins, faeries, and everything in between.
From royal goblin weddings and sitting US presidents to high security prison hijinks and unlikely alliances, there's never a dull day at work for this crack team.
The Sin du Jour: The Final Course omnibus collects in a single edition Matt Wallace's final four Sin du Jour affairs in his urban fantasy series: Idle Ingredients, Greedy Pigs, Gluttony Bay, and Taste of Wrath, which concludes the series.
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"No one makes me think, 'Dammit, I should have thought of that!' like Matt Wallace. The Sin du Jour series is something I read with equal amounts of envy and delight." — Mur Lafferty, Campbell Award winning author of The Shambling Guide to New York City
"Matt Wallace tells a raucous, riotous tale of culinary madness — a jaw-dropping horror-fantasy restauranteur Thunderdome that makes the 'monkey brain' scene in Temple of Doom look like something you'd see on Nickelodeon. It's like I dropped a heroic dose of acid and turned on the Food Network for eight hours. It's funny and demented and sticks in you like a pinbone. Matt Wallace writes like someone just jammed a needle full of adrenaline in his heart — and then, in yours. From this point forward, I'll read anything this guy writes." — Chuck Wendig, author of Blackbirds and Zer0es
"Matt Wallace’s Sin du Jour series is a crass, funny, gross, and sweet blend of fight sequences and top chef cooking, with entertaining characters and their all too human (and extra-human) dilemmas the cherry on top. Chicken nuggets and the Easter Bunny will never look the same to you again." —Kate Elliott, author of Black Wolves and Court of Fives
"Though new readers will have little trouble losing themselves in this story, they shouldn’t miss out on the dark delights of this entire series." —RT Book reviews Top Pick
"Wallace's imagination is boundless, and his wryly funny storytelling manages to be heartfelt and completely gonzo at the same time." —Publishers Weekly