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His uncle has been kidnapped. A shadowy government agency is torturing cryptids in his city. His Sanctuary has been revoked from the one place he could drink safely. There's a medusa at the mall. A fairy princess might have just summoned an Old One in a public park.  

Quincy Harker really wishes he'd just stayed in Memphis.  

But he didn't. He came home to find out that a secret government agency has gone rogue and kidnapped Luke, along with literally dozens of other cryptids, faeries, lycanthropes, and monsters. Now, Harker and his crew have to rescue Luke and take down a massive government conspiracy while keeping escaped monsters from destroying Charlotte!  

There are times in a person's life when they know that nothing will ever be the same. This is one of those times. This is Quincy Harker's inflection point.

©2019 John G. Hartness (P)2020 Tantor

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cliff hanger

I live for these books and once again I'm left at the end of a completed story with a big cliff hanger for the start of the next

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GREAT STUFF

All im going to say is awesome. Quincy Harker at his best and sometimes his worst. Great cliff hanger. And the narrator brings these books to life. Keep em coming.

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I’ll provide a reflection on this inflection!

John G. Hartness has captured a character with moxy, gravitas, and the maturity level of a 15 year old. That’s why I love it. The story arch is continued to be fantastic and as usual, James Anderson Foster is Harper. No. The names Harker. Lay of the booze I can smell the wild turkey from here.

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I need more

After this book now I have to wait for more Another wonderful board and story and we wait for the next one

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One of the best so far.

Harker recreates the meaning of Quincy F. Harker. Sure you thought the first time Quincy got into it with Morning Star was bad...ha!

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Quincy is baaaack. from hell!

Since this is the 6th book in the series you are familiar with Quincy’s world. There are demons, cryptids, and an assortment of other supernaturals to save, kill, send to hell and back to the in-between. He and his team of friends are busy trying to keep the city safe and finding Luke, better known as Count Dracula.
Quincy fights hard and ends up on his ass a lot covered in gore. He has a delightful conversation with Lucifer who wants to keep him in hell but Quincy want to avoid that situation. This story does not disappoint.

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A story you wish would not end

Another amazing story. My only wish tho is he would write faster. If you love the author you will love this book also

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easily the best series on audible!

CAN NOT WAIT FOR ANOTHER BOOK IN THIS SERIES TO HIT AUDIBLE! I'm a traveling salesman so I spend a lot of time on the road rocking out to audible books. The Quincy Harker demon hunter series has taken the #1 spot away from The Iron Druid chronicles! easily the best series I've listened to! I highly recommend this book!

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This book delivers better than DoorDash!

I have loved all of the Q story lines and this did not disappoint! The downside is that this is just one episode so now I’m back to being hungry for more. Write faster, John; Davey needs another fix!

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Another fantastic Harker adventure!

I love this series! The lore, the humor, the characters are all amazing. The performance by James is always on point!

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Hooked

love this series. A rollercoaster ride from start to finish. Highly recommend this adventure series!