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The Castle Doctrine (eBook)
|The Castle Doctrine|
The Castle Doctrine eBook Cover,
written by Craig Schaefer
|Publication date||September 26, 2016|
|Preceded by||The Killing Floor Blues|
|Followed by||Double or Nothing|
The Castle Doctrine is an eBook written by Craig Schaefer. It is the sixth work in the Daniel Faust series by this author. In this work the character Caitlin is a Succubus.
- Title: The Castle Doctrine
- Author: Craig Schaefer
- Published By: Demimonde Books
- Length: 312 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B01M18S7PV
- Publishing Date: September 26, 2016
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
- The Long Way Down
- The White Gold Score
- Redemption Song
- The Living End
- A Plain-Dealing Villain
- The Killing Floor Blues
- Double or Nothing
- The Neon Boneyard
- The Locust Job
Out of prison and back on the streets, Daniel Faust returns home to a city on fire. The Chicago mob is making their play for control of Las Vegas, with an army of gunmen and a lethal shapeshifter on their side, while Daniel's friend Jennifer marshals the forces of the Vegas underworld. Staying on the sidelines isn't an option, especially when a Metro detective orders him to get the war under control -- and if he can't, he'll expose Daniel's secrets to the FBI.
It's a bad time for ghosts of the past to come calling, but Damien Ecko is on his way with a hit list and a legion of walking corpses. Marked for death by the courts of hell, the mad necromancer plans on making sure that everyone who framed him, Daniel first and foremost, dies along with him.
Hunted by the living and the dead, pushed to his limits, Daniel will have to be smarter, faster, and more ruthless than he's ever been. He'll need to call upon new, dark powers, and darker allies. His enemies thought they took everything he had. They couldn't take his hunger. When this war is over, Daniel Faust will rise like a phoenix...or go down in flames.
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