Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Daemon Grim
(The Journey leading to Hell Hounds)

Those of you who have been following the adventures of Satan's Reaper of souls, Daemon Grim will know he was unleashed on the underworld in the short story, GRIM, which formed part of the 
Doctors in Hell anthology.

Following that tale, he went on to take the leading role in his very first novel length feature, 
Hell Bound.

What happened?

Ah, to find out that, you'll need to read the book itself.
But here's the blurb to give you a little taster of what you'll find:

In hell, none of the condemned believes they deserve to be there. And that’s fine, so long as they’re not foolish enough to try and do anything about it. For those that do, there’s always Satan’s Reaper–and chief bounty hunter–Daemon Grim.
Feared throughout the many layers of the underverse, no one in their right mind dares to cross him.
However, when Grim discovers that someone has attempted to evade injustice, and seems hell-bent on gaining access to ancient angelic artifacts, proscribed since the time of the original rebellion in heaven, circumstances point to the fact they may be doing just that.
The question is...why?
Thus begins an investigation that leads Grim throughout the many contradictory and baffling levels of the underworld, where he unearths a conspiracy that is not only eating its way like a cancer through the highest echelons of Hellion society, but one which threatens the very stability of Satan’s rule.
How does Daemon Grim Respond?
Rest assured. It’ll be bloody, brutal, and despicably wicked.


The great thing about Hell Bound is that it follows on after the events revealed in Grim, providing a continuity that allows you to keep pace with the ever changing conditions within hell.
It also allows you to keep up to date to what's happening to Daemon Grim himself.
As you'll go on to see, there are things about him that hint at the unexpected and unexplained.

And don't forget.
If you want to find out more before the Halloween release of Hell Hounds, excerpts from this week's book, Hell Bound, can be found on this blog and Grim's Facebook page later this week.

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