Get Demonic – On Paper

Demonic Indemnity is now out in paperback!  Kudos to Rob over at 52 Novels for doing such an excellent job on the conversion and layout.

If you’re one of those tactile types who prefer a physical book to a collection of ethereal 1s and 0s, this is your chance.  You can get it here:

 

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That’s all for now.

Demonic Indemnity is out!

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Demonic Indemnity is out and you can find it thusly:

 

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This is my personal favourite of my books, so I hope you enjoy it as much as I did writing it.  Having worked in insurance for years, it was a blast to be able to once again put some of my own experiences (although not the ones involving vampires, werewolves or demons) to practical use.

That’s it for now.  I’ll be back in the fall with The Hellfire Club, which is the sequel to The Donnelly Tontine.  Two more titles are in the works for next year, so stay tuned for that.

If you’d like to get in touch, you can find me over on the Facebook page or drop me an email at craig@craigmclay.com.

Demonic Indemnity

My new book, Demonic Indemnity, is coming next month:

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As the first human in 3,200 years to work in the Special Investigations Unit of Crimson Seal Insurance, Tim Lovecraft knows his days of processing run-of-the-mill claims for werewolf maulings and poltergeist home invasions are over.

SIU is where they investigate the toughest and scariest claims, like supernatural identity theft (aka demonic possession), exsanguinations (total and partial), zombification, and death or injury by cursed artefacts of all kinds.

Despite the new job, Tim’s life is not easy.  His new boss is a literal demon with no regard for the company’s scent-free workplace policy.  His brother is a lazy, unemployed vampire who won’t move his coffin out of Tim’s apartment.  His coworkers are a motely collection of werewolves and ghouls.  And his mother won’t stop trying to set him up with psychics from her chain of spiritualist day spas.

Tim badly wants to make a good impression by solving his first case.  When he gets caught between a powerful cult trying to resurrect an ancient entity and a demon mob boss who wants him dead, Tim knows he is seriously increasing his odds of statistically expected mortality.

Demonic Indemnity is another hilariously horrific tale from Craig McLay, author of award-winning international bestsellers Village Books, The Donnelly Tontine and other books you should read immediately.

 

This is my favourite of all the books I’ve written to date.  I had a blast working on this one and am already at work on the next one because this is a playground I think I’ll enjoy messing around in for a while.  The book is going to be hitting Amazon in June.  Select mailing list subscribers will be getting their hands on some advance copies for free.  Don’t worry if you miss out on this one, because I’m always giving away free stuff to somebody.

The Donnelly Tontine is coming!

The new book is almost finished and will be hitting the shelves soon!  Here’s an advanced look at the cover, which was designed by Carl Graves over at Extended Imagery:

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Criminology student turned criminal Nick Donnelly’s plan to quit ripping off insurance companies by staging car accidents receives a major boost when he’s named as one of the inheritors of the Donnelly estate, a gloomy old mansion on a remote island off the coast of Ireland.

Rumored to be included in the estate is the legendary Emerald Viper – a priceless necklace supposedly given to Cleopatra by Mark Antony more than 2,000 years ago.

The catch?  The necklace is cursed.  The estate is haunted.  The will has an expiry date…as do do some of the other inheritors, who start dropping dead under unpleasant and mysterious circumstances.  Also, (although his semi-lowlife friend Fogel insists this is a minor technicality) he’s not the real Nick Donnelly.

Nick is going to have to use all his criminal and crime-solving expertise if he’s going to claim the inheritance without blowing his cover or dropping dead.  If it takes a crook to catch one, his luck may finally be about to change.

The book is in the final design stages now and I’ll have more details shortly!