H K Hillman
In the middle of the English civil war, an inexperienced young witch calls on demonic help to capture an ancient creature, an evil as old as Time and which inhabits the one known as 'Witchfinder-General'. Inexperience is no match for the wiles of demons and Jessica soon loses control. The demons will build the trap she wants but...
She is to be the bait.
From ancient stones to beer cans, from arcane rituals to dishwashers, the monsters are everywhere, in the past and in the present. In this collection of short tales you will find demons ancient and modern mixed with reality and unreality.
By the end, you might not be certain which is which.
What do you do if you escape Hell and return to your body, only to find you’ve been cremated and are stuck as dust in a jar? What are those train loonies really up to? Are there really things in the rain, are there supernatural saviours in alleyways, is it safe to deal with demons and if you choose to steal, what are the odds of burgling a house occupied by a demented killer?
In these eleven tales you will meet monsters both supernatural and human and it’s up to you to decide which are worse – the demons, or the dark thoughts of Man?
Take two brothers, one smart but physically weak, the other strong but not so bright. While they stick to their own specialities, everything is fine.
When they decide to cross into each other's territory, they soon find that a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing.
Especially when it's in strong, determined and easily led hands.
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Nightwatchman at a cemetery is not the most romantic of occupations but you'd think it would be an easy one. It's not as if the residents are going to be any trouble.
Not until the night they start demanding room service.