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There are rogue government agents hunting supernatural creatures all over Charlotte. There's a bloodbath in the parking lot of a demon bar and a massacre at a shopping mall. There are protests and tear gas and riot cops and somehow Quincy F'n Harker is the one stuck in the middle of cops, monsters, and demon agents trying to keep them from tearing his city apart.

And now there seems to be a traitor in their midst. Couple that with the revelation that Harker's guardian angel might have an ulterior motive, and you've got a web of deception and intrigue that can only be Conspiracy Theory.

©2020 John G. Hartness (P)2021 Tantor

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This is the one you donot want to miss

All the books in the series are good. This however. This book is what you define as great. The ending. Omg. Blown away.

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Great story and awesome narration.

The narrator James Anderson Foster was the perfect person to
read these books. John G Hartness is a great author in my
opinion. I will keep listening to them as long as he keeps
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More please

John and James, thanks once again for the ever so engaging escape from the mundane ;-)

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Holy friggen expletive!

This one was fantastic! I am so friggen pumped for the next Harker book. I want to talk about it, but I'm honestly not sure how without spoilers.

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masterful

wow what a book the best one yet John you did it again thrilling simply thrilling can't wait to see what quincy and friends will do next.

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So tired of the cliffhanger endings.

OK, it was a fun book, but not one of his best. Not a fan of all the cliffhanger endings in this series. I get a little tired of always hearing the main character announce himself as “I am Quincey Fucking Harker!” Additionally while I understand that being an immature smartass is supposed to be his nature, you would think that someone who was 130 years old would have matured a bit more and stopped making the same mistakes over and over and over. Will I get the next book in the series? I’m undecided, but will probably do it.

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Love Quincy Harker

I always love listening to a Quincy Harker book. And James Anderson Foster is a perfect voice match for how I imagine Quincy.