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His name is Quincy Harker.
Dracula calls him “nephew.”
His guardian angel, Glory, calls him “Q.”
The police call him a pain in the ass.
Monsters call him their worst nightmare.
He’s the immortal wizard son of Jonathan Harker and Mina Murray, and he’s what the monster under your bed has nightmares about. With a smart mouth, size 11 Doc Martens and a century’s worth of magical knowledge, Quincy Harker is here, and let the bad things tremble in fear.
Quincy Harker hates demons. He hates overprivileged frat boys who let demons play around with underage girls even more. When he’s hired to perform an exorcism on a fifteen-year-old girl, things go wrong from the start. Harker has to call in favors from his uncle Luke, better known as Count Vlad Dracula, his guardian angel Glory and the Department of Homeland Security’s Spook Squad to take out a centuries-old wizard and send all the demons back to Hell where they belong.
About the Series
Raising Hell is the first novella in the Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter series by best-selling urban fantasy author John G. Hartness (The Black Knight Chronicles, Bubba the Monster Hunter).
Set in contemporary Charlotte, NC, Raising Hell is a dark fantasy reminiscent of Supernatural or early Hellblazer comics. Fans of horror and fantasy alike will be thrilled with this new action-packed series.
Raising Hell is available in ebook exclusively on Amazon for 90 days beginning January 20. The book will be available in all ebook formats after that and available in print at conventions and appearances this spring.
Pre-orders are now open at this link.
About the Author
John G. Hartness is the author of The Black Knight Chronicles urban fantasy series from Bell Bridge Books, the creator of the Bubba the Monster Hunter series of short stories, a frequent contributor to the Magical Words group blog, and the creator and co-editor of The Big Bad: An Anthology of Evil series of anthologies. He is also the host of the Literate Liquors podcast, featuring the best in fantasy and sci-fi book reviews and liquor pairings. He can be found at @johnhartness on Twitter, facebook.com/johnghartness, or at johnhartness.com.