Wicked & Preternatural

Wicked & Preternatural

by D. K. Gaston

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Overview

My name is Zoe Daniels, and I am a Monster Hunter.

People in my line of work always have some sad stories that led them into this life.

Not me. I like what I do, and I am good at my job. But mostly, I do it for the money.

Girl's gotta make a living, right?

Down on her luck and desperate for work, Zoe met with Ms. Olson, a potential client, about a job to track and
retrieve her grandson, a child named, E. The boy ran away from home and now wanders the streets of Detroit.
Zoe is reluctant to take the job, reasoning it was a police matter. But with mounting debts and an empty
refrigerator, her eagerness to get back on her feet, drowned out the warning bells set off in her mind. Before
accepting the work, Ms. Olson cautioned Zoe not too underestimate E. The child was far more than he seemed,
she warned.

It turned out his grandmother was right. E has uncanny abilities, and its growing by the hour. Zoe pursued an
uneven trail of chaos and destruction left in the child's wake. At first, she thought the boy aimlessly drifted
the streets. But as she closes in on her target, she discovers E has a mission that he's dead set on finishing,
and he won't let anyone stop him no matter the cost.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162860945
Publisher: D K Gaston
Publication date: 04/01/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 434 KB

About the Author

D K Gaston writes books. In his youth, he'd spent hours creating heroes and villains with the dream to
one day work in the comic book industry. Unfortunately that never happened. His story of writing fantastic
characters and fighting the forces of evil didn't end there though. His characters live on in the form
of paperbacks and audio books.

His debut novel, XIII, features bounty hunter Avery Hudson. D K Gaston went on to publish the Joe Hook
series (Lost Hours, Darkest Hours, & Desperate Hours.) With more than a dozen books written in various
genres he's showing no signs of slowing down.

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