Bruce Hennigan, a devout Christian, author, and radiologist, began writing the Jonathan Steel Chronicles after enrolling in a volunteer apologist program with the worldwide ministry Reasons to Believe. He currently resides in Shreveport, Louisiana, with his wife and daughter and continues to write and to practice radiology at the Willis Knighton Health Care System.
The 12th Demon: Vampyre Majickby Bruce Hennigan
After defeating the thirteenth demon, Jonathan Steel and Josh Knight return to Dallas, Texas, to finish up Josh's family affairs. When they arrive, a mysterious assassin named Raven surfaces from Steel's murky, dangerous past. At the same time, Rudolph Wulf, the twelfth demon, has arrived from Romania with plans to fulfill a two-thousand-year-old promise to unleash
After defeating the thirteenth demon, Jonathan Steel and Josh Knight return to Dallas, Texas, to finish up Josh's family affairs. When they arrive, a mysterious assassin named Raven surfaces from Steel's murky, dangerous past. At the same time, Rudolph Wulf, the twelfth demon, has arrived from Romania with plans to fulfill a two-thousand-year-old promise to unleash an army of demonic creatures-creatures that will inhabit the bodies of his vampyre army. When Wulf kidnaps Josh, Steel must find them in time to save Josh from a violent death and to prevent Wulf from unleashing vampyre majick on the world.
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If you crave clean action, you might want to pick up Bruce Hennigan’s The 12th Demon: Mark of the Wolf Dragon. It’s a Christian thriller; I know that sounds like an oxymoron, but I assure you it isn’t. It’s the second in a series, coming after The 13th Demon and before The 11th Demon. (The demons are descending in this series, in more ways than one. Yes, bad puns are free.) The story follows Jonathan Steel who is hunted by an assassin he used to be in love with, tries to protect a teenager and his girlfriend from his old vampire clan, and must stop the 12th demon from letting loose a host of fellow demons. The pace is quick and the theological discussions are very limited and not preachy; it read like an action movie. Some parts are gory, but the language is clean. I learned some interesting things about modern “vampire” clans; the author did his research. I’m curious to see if Hennigan will take this series all the way to a 1st demon and if so, what it will look like when he gets there. I didn’t read The 13th Demon, but I had no trouble jumping into the series.