ROBERT DAVIES writes stories about lobster girls and laser beams. Mimetic fiction is for wimps. Raised on a steady diet of weird paperbacks, Infocom games, and comic books, Rob has always wanted to be a writer (Well, actually, he first wanted to be a dinosaur, but that didn’t work out so well). When not writing, Rob likes to travel around the world, searching for the ideal pint and the perfect bookstore. He lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, with his wife Sara and two cats, Lilith and Tiamat. His favorite Horseman is Pestilence.
Visit Rob online at www.robertedavies.com. Cover Art and illustrations by Malcolm McClintonLayout, design, copyediting, and woodcut embellishments by Danny Evarts
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"Join Hiram Grange as he negotiates with a little voodoo help an unfamiliar and scary Boston. Along the way he struggles with Black Magic rituals, creatures summoned from the Abyss, his own inner demons, and the mysterious enslaving power of the Digital Eucharist. At stake: Saving the world from the Occlusionist Movement. The writing is consistently authentic and compelling. An absolute must read for fans of fast-paced, action-packed occult thrillers."
--Gene O'Neill, Stoker-winning author of JADE and DEATHFLASH
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-- Michael Knost, Bram Stoker Award-winner of WRITERS WORKSHOP OF HORROR
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-- Jason M. Tucker – Author of MEAT CITY & OTHER STORIES