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Title:Demon Jack
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Fable Press
ISBN:1939897076
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Number of Pages:328
Category:Urban fantasy, Fantasy, Paranormal, Demons, Fiction

Demon Jack by Patrick Donovan

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Demon Jack Simple choice .

Stay dead and go to Hell Or sell your soul to a demon and keep breathing .

Fifteen years ago Jack died and chose the latter Now a few years out of prison and living on the streets of Boston Jack is perfectly content to keep a low profile and avoid his turbulent past .

Being a faceless nobody suits Jack just fine .

It s working out until the only person he considers a friend turns on him possessed by something far worse than the demon holding the contract to Jack s soul Now he s been recruited some might say blackmailed by an ancient order with roots in the Inquisition to hunt down whatever malevolent force is responsible for turning Boston s homeless into ravenous killers At the same time someone from his past with a massive vendetta and nothing in the way of conscience is looking for Jack hoping to issue a little payback of his own .

Paired with a centuries old witch and the only person to survive the rampage thus far Jack is in a race to track down whatever s responsible for killing his people all while staying one step ahead of the skeletons in his closet

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