By Seth Skorkowsky | Cover by J.M. Martin
A secret society of monster hunters.
A holy revolver forged to eradicate demons.
A possessed man with a tragic past.
A rising evil bent on destroying them all.
MATT HOLLIS is the current wielder of the holy weapon, Dämoren. With it, he stalks and destroys demons.
A secret society called the VALDUCANS has taken an interest in Matt’s activities. They see him as a reckless rogue—little more than a ‘cowboy’ corrupted by a monster—and a potential threat to their ancient order.
As knights and their sentient weapons begin dying, Matt teams up with other hunters of his kind such as LUIZA, a woman with a conquistador blade; ALLAN, an Englishman with an Egyptian khopesh; MALCOLM, a voodoo priest with a sanctified machete; and TAKAIRA, a naginata-swinging Samurai.
As the hunters become the hunted, they must learn to trust one another before a powerful demonic entity thrusts the world into a terrible and ageless darkness.
"Skorkowsky's Dämoren has the makings of a rollicking urban fantasy adventure in the noir tradition."
—Elizabeth Bear, Author of Hammered (Jenny Casey) and Blood and Iron (Promethean Age)
Written by Seth Skorkowsky
Urban Fantasy / Paranormal
Approx. Pages: 374; 90,000 words
Release Date: April 16th, 2014
ISBN (Paperback): 978-0-9913605-7-4 / $14.99 USD
ISBN (ePub): 978-0-9903909-5-4 / $3.99 USD
ASIN (Amazon): B00JNYVG52 / $3.99 USD
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Seth Skorkowsky was born in Texas in 1978. He currently lives in Denton, Texas, with his wife, and works for the University of North Texas. His short story "The Mist of Lichthafen" was nominated for a British Fantasy Award (long list) in 2009. Dämoren is Seth's debut novel and was recently nominated and shortlisted for the Reddit Fantasy Stabby Award for "Best Debut Novel."
He recently signed a two-book deal with Ragnarok for his "Black Raven" sword-and-sorcery collection. When not writing, Seth enjoys travel, shooting, and tabletop gaming.
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