"Quincy Harker - demon killer, monster hunter, & kin to Dracula, yeah, THIS is who i want protecting the world! I love these books." - Academy Award Winner Whoopi Goldberg
She gave up her divinity to save the world. Now Quincy Harker has to track down a bunch of missing Archangels to find Glory's wings. If only getting her wings back were as easy as ringing a bell.
Also included - the Harker weird Western Short Story, Redemption Song, originally published in The Weird Wild West Anthology.
They are humanity's defense against the supernatural. They are the light in the darkness. They are the guardians that walk in the night. They are The Shadow Council.
Damnation: Quest for Glory Book I collects the four novellas from Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter Year Three. The story concludes next year in Salvation: Quest for Glory Book II.
Calling All Angels - This Shadow Council Case Files Novella features Jo Henry, great-granddaughter or legendary steel-driving man John Henry, as she searches for an angel in an underground cage fighting ring. Jo finds more than she bargained for when she stumbles across a fighter who is more than meets the eye. A "strong, in your face, woman of color. She pulls no punches and speaks her mind. What could be better than that?"
Devil Inside - Quincy Harker takes center stage to battle a demon in the City of Churches. Harker hunts an angel in Charleston, but finds much more as he fends off attacks from local magic-users and a vengeful demon summoner determined to do to Charleston what General Sherman didn't - destroy it. "Another leg in this amazing journey. I have read every one of these books and I look forward to each one."
Angel Dance - What brings Victor Frankenstein's most famous creation to New Orleans? Well, it ain't the cajun food, so it must be the jazz! Adam Franks searches the bayou and the back streets for an angel, but finds fire, murder, and blood instead in this Shadow Council Case Files novella. "Mr. Hartness has managed the seemingly impossible: he's made Frankenstein's monster almost human—relatable, vulnerable and caring—while still being able to kick some serious paranormal ass."
Running with the Devil - We all have our quirks, but Quincy Harker gets downright fetishist in the finale to Book I. He descends into Purgatory, not the dimension, but the long-running roving party run by a man that might just be a lot more holy than his job would evidence. Then he's thwarted by a troupe of men (or more) dedicated to "bringing light." Harker learns a lot about the Original Lightbringer in this climactic cliffhanger of a season finale! " I highly recommend this series and this book. "