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Set in the [[41st Millennium]], Warhammer Crime examines the seedy underbelly of a grim, urban environment, looking at criminals and the upholders of the law in the far future. You’ll encounter consulting [[detective]]s, [[arbitrator]]s, [[Hive Gang|gangers]], traffickers, corrupt [[Administratum]] officials, thugs and humble clerks with secrets to hide. The tales these souls tell will be perfect for fans of the detective and crime genre, as well as for Warhammer 40,000 devotees who enjoy the stories of [[Eisenhorn]], [[Ravenor]] and [[Erasmus Crowl]].{{Fn|1}}
 
Set in the [[41st Millennium]], Warhammer Crime examines the seedy underbelly of a grim, urban environment, looking at criminals and the upholders of the law in the far future. You’ll encounter consulting [[detective]]s, [[arbitrator]]s, [[Hive Gang|gangers]], traffickers, corrupt [[Administratum]] officials, thugs and humble clerks with secrets to hide. The tales these souls tell will be perfect for fans of the detective and crime genre, as well as for Warhammer 40,000 devotees who enjoy the stories of [[Eisenhorn]], [[Ravenor]] and [[Erasmus Crowl]].{{Fn|1}}
  
==Works in Series==
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==Warhammer 40,000 Works in Series==
*[[Bloodlines (Novel)]]
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*[[Bloodlines (Novel)]] by [[Chris Wraight]]
*[[Dredge Runners (Audio Drama)]]
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*[[Dredge Runners (Audio Drama)]] by [[Alec Worley]]
*[[Flesh and Steel (Novel)]]
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*[[Flesh and Steel (Novel)]] by [[Guy Haley]]
 
*[[No Good Men (Anthology)]]{{Fn|2}}
 
*[[No Good Men (Anthology)]]{{Fn|2}}
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*[[Broken City (Anthology)]]
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*[[Sanction and Sin (Anthology)]]
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*[[Grim Repast (Novel)]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:41, 5 May 2021

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Warhammer Crime is a series of novels, short stories, and audio dramas by Black Library Publishing.[1]

Description

Set in the 41st Millennium, Warhammer Crime examines the seedy underbelly of a grim, urban environment, looking at criminals and the upholders of the law in the far future. You’ll encounter consulting detectives, arbitrators, gangers, traffickers, corrupt Administratum officials, thugs and humble clerks with secrets to hide. The tales these souls tell will be perfect for fans of the detective and crime genre, as well as for Warhammer 40,000 devotees who enjoy the stories of Eisenhorn, Ravenor and Erasmus Crowl.[1]

Warhammer 40,000 Works in Series

Sources