A demon boss. Bloodsucking coworkers. Nobody said a job in supernatural insurance investigation would be easy.
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(Demonic Indemnity Book #2)
The follow up to Demonic Indemnity finds Tim Lovecraft on the trail of a homicidal, shape-shifting demon. He has also been assigned a trainee. He’s not sure what’s worse.
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(Demonic Indemnity Book #3)
The third book in the Demonic Indemnity series finds Tim Lovecraft sent to the small town of Abomination, where the local Crimson Seal agent has disappeared under suspicious circumstances. As he investigates dodgy claims involving a werewolf petting zoo, a bloodthirsty craft brewery and a (non) vampire used car lot/hot tub emporium, Tim starts to get the feeling that there is something very large and evil lurking beneath the town’s bucolic exterior.
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(Demonic Indemnity Book #4)
Does the missing Hesselthorn Puzzle Box grant eternal life? Have the Sons of Darkness returned? Is Crimson Seal really just an insurance company after all? Will Tim’s freeloading vampire brother finally move out?
All (or at least most) of these questions will be answered in the hilarious fourth book in the smash hit Demonic Indemnity series!
The Donnelly Tontine
Nick Donnelly is a criminology student turned criminal who might have stumbled into the score of a lifetime. If his lifetime lasts more than the next five minutes, that is.
The Hellfire Club
The follow up to The Donnelly Tontine finds Nick, Natasha and Fogel going head-to-head with a secret society of powerful and monstrous fiends. The fiends had better watch out.
The award-winning international bestseller that proves once and for all that just because you work in a local institution doesn’t mean you don’t belong in one.
The International Cinema Society
This is not your average movie club. Lucky for you.
Is a series of horrible murders really the work of a military religious order formed more than 1,000 years ago? College news editor Colin Mitchell is going to wish he never asked.
Terrorists have attacked London, but Colin Mitchell isn’t so sure they’re real terrorists. Whoever they are, they want him dead.