The Witch's Lair

The Witch's Lair

by Lincoln S. Farish

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The Witch's Lair by Lincoln S. Farish

Even in this modern era there is magic, but it taints, corrupts, turning saints into power-mad monsters. It can not be stopped but it can be contained, sometimes. That is what the Poor Brothers of Gethsemane, AKA the Inquisitors, do. They fight monsters in the shadows, they contain the madness. Thaddeus the mighty and wicked warlock is gone, but not by the hands of The Inquisitors. Another, perhaps even more powerful magi is scheming, and the Brethren must stop him or her. But first they must make sure no one returns from the fight tainted, the dead are buried, and figure out how to find a ghost of a magi who can summon a Gut Ripper in the middle of a firefight and then disappear.
Sebastian is still tormented by the ghost of his murdered wife, still trying to honor his promise to her, but now there is another woman entering his mind, and his dreams have gotten even more disturbing.
The Master Hammer warned Sebastian he was walking a dark path when he agreed to be Malachi's apprentice. That dark path will take them from the deserts of Arizona, to the rotting inner core of Portland, to the Cascade Mountains, and deep under the earth.
Yes, Sebastian has fellow Inquisitors ready to assist, some friends since his earliest days in the Brethren, others newly met. Formidable warriors against the darkness, but is that enough to keep Sebastian safe, or sane, when he enters The Witch's Lair?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152607512
Publisher: Lincoln S. Farish
Publication date: 02/14/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,162,195
File size: 367 KB

About the Author

A story teller that wove the real with the fantastic since he was a child, Lincoln is an Army Reservist who has had the pleasure of visiting the Middle East five times so far. He currently resides in the Commonwealth of Virginia with his lovely wife, and little girl. When not doing obscure jobs for the Government or shadowy corporations he works at honing his craft and defeating the neighborhood ninjas.

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The Witch's Lair 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Trouble More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed #3. Every creepy thing you can imagine and more. "Hammer Monks"--that pretty much sums it up.
RichardAValicek More than 1 year ago
The incredible adventure of the hammer monks! Lincoln Farish brings the ‘Witches Lair’ to life in this incredible tale of the hammer monks on mission to hunt down and destroy the evil that threatens the lands. Brother Malachi and brother Sebastian are on the hunt together with other monks and the gruelling trek across the lands and caves has them slashing heads and killing everything in site. This book has everything you could imagine. Unbelievable creatures and even giant cockroaches the guelish demons ride on. I found the book very entertaining. The writing is incredible and Lincolns descriptions has the witches, warlocks, screwface, and other night stockers, jumping of the pages. Scream your head off, duck, throw your grenades, and slash the demons. While I found the beginning to be a little slow going, once the action starts… it never stops! But be warned! The descriptions of this book are quite graphic and you’ll need a strong stomach to get through it. So I’d say you’d better be at least fourteen years of age to read this story! We meet brother Sebastian’s dead wife – Sarah, who comes into his dreams. And while Sebastian’s hold on her is strong, he knows he must focus in on his mission. Brother Malachi who is the strong leader is watching Sebastian’s back and guides him. When I came to the end of the story, I was surprised by the ending. No spoilers here, but when you do come to the end, your not going to want it to end. You’ll want to keep reading. Lincoln writes and ending that leads into the next book. I must say that I have become a fan of these monks and I’m looking forward to more in the series. The ‘Witches Lair’ is a rollicking fun ride of a story.