The Doomfarers of Coramonde was a good book that brought an armored personnel carrier from the Vietnam war into a fantasy to shoot up a dragon and other stuff happens. What cross-genre books do you like?
Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
I'm a fan of the MOVIE Cowboys and Aliens - that's a cross-genre movie, Western and Sci-Fi. Harrison Ford was (as usual) great. Loved the premise.
Cowboys and Aliens was a Graphic Novel - by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg - so I GUESS that counts, sorta. Jon Favreau (The Big Empty) directed the movie and Daniel Craig was the leading man. "Cowboys & Aliens received mixed reviews, with critics generally praising its acting but criticizing its blend of the Western and science fiction genres." (Wiki) - so it's tough out there for a cross-genre.
Not quite sure if this qualifies as a mixed genre or not, but I found Marie Phillips 'Gods Behaving Badly' pretty entertaining. The plot is straightforward enough: the entire pantheon of Greek gods and godesses are still alive and well but in reduced circumstances, all of them sharing the same old house in a London suburb. It's mixed genre insofar as each of the gods is re-imagined in more mundane circumstances (e.g. Dionysus is a techno club DJ; Aphrodite is a phone sex worker, Hera is a lecturer etc.).
Then there's the movie Hitch, not a book but it was written by Kevin Bisch.
oops wrong title, I meant Handcock. Hey I'm not a big movie watcher, I don't follow People magazine and all that. I just remember the story.
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