A fae nightclub was attacked, and all signs point to a group of humans as the attackers.
Now the Seelie queen has issued an ultimatum: Bring the attackers to justice or wage war with all fae.
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From the Journal of an unidentified Field Agent:
I thought the monsters were bad. I can handle zombies. They're easy to kill. Werewolves require silver to put down, but they can be stopped. Vampires are tough, but at least you know what they want.
But these are the fae. They live according to their own laws, and you never know which way they are going to go. I have seen them smile and compliment a person to the face while plotting to rip their throat out the next.
Consider yourself warned.
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As an action team for Section 28, a top secret division of the Department of Homeland Security, Knightmare is charged with finding and eliminating monsters that threaten humans. Their first mission was a training mission to clean out a small nest of vampires. The reality was far more violent.
It has been months since the team's first mission. This time, a fae-owned nightclub has been attacked. All of the fae there were slaughtered, and humanity is being blamed for the attack. There is a fae war brewing, and humanity is stuck in the middle. Can Team Knightmare save humanity from the fae?
INCURSION: Faeblade is book two of The Knight's Bane Trilogy, and is the second book chronicling Bryan Donihue's World of Incursion.
About the Author
Eventually, he decided he'd take the "easy path" and become a writer. He was an idiot. Writing is not easy, but it turned out, he was pretty good at it. People seemed to like his stories, so he kept telling them.
Bryan is a published author (fiction and non-fiction), game designer, graphic artist, web designer, consultant, trainer, ministry leader, and multiple-business owner. He is also happily married to his wife of over 20 years, Christina, and father to six or seven kids, depending on the day. He even sleeps occasionally.
Bryan is currently writing from a hidden bunker in Grand Rapids, Michigan. At least that's what he claims. We know he sits in a home office with a brass plaque that reads "Dungeon" affixed over the door.