Saturday, February 14, 2015

One Hell of a Demon Hunter

You know when you are reading a hit story when you read a scene of a demonic being who has possessed and impregnated a young girl faces a snarky ass demon hunter who is also the son of Mina and Jonathan Harker (like in Dracula Harker) . . . and you're laughing so hard that you almost fall out of your chair.

And yes, I almost did that.

Welcome, my friends, to Raising Hell: A Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter Novella by author John Hartness, who is also the mastermind behind the Bubba the Monster Hunter series, The Black Knight Chronicles and Literate Liquors!

John Hartness is one of those authors in which you can't help but like: he's funny as hell, great fun at parties and one of the best writers out there who can easily suck you into their worlds. You strap yourself in for the ride and hold on tight! Such is the case with Raising Hell. This novella will have you turning the pages all the while asking, "what ELSE could possibly happen?" while laughing. Immortal Quincy Harker is a badass who wears Doc Martens and he hates demons. As he says in the book, "I am Quincy motherf . . . Harker!" and you know he ain't playing around! Hartness' no mess, no fuss writing skills will linger in your mind for a very long time after ending the book.  You need to grab a copy today and then go buy all of Hartness' other works; you will not be disappointed.

I took this from John's promo letter but you get the idea - buy your copy today!

He’s the immortal wizard son of Jonathan Harker and Mina Murray, and he’s what the monster under your bed has nightmares about. With a smart mouth, size 11 Doc Martens and a century’s worth of magical knowledge, Quincy Harker is here, and let the bad things tremble in fear.

Quincy Harker hates demons. He hates overprivileged frat boys who let demons play around with underage girls even more. When he’s hired to perform an exorcism on a fifteen-year-old girl, things go wrong from the start. Harker has to call in favors from his uncle Luke, better known as Count Vlad Dracula, his guardian angel Glory and the Department of Homeland Security’s Spook Squad to take out a centuries-old wizard and send all the demons back to Hell where they belong.  


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