Chapter five of Magician’s Misfortune

Scotch whiskey, used by the finer necromancers. Doc Helen. Sanderson's landlord, usually keeps about twice as many bottles as this around, not to mention her stock of bourbon

Scotch whiskey, used by necromancers with discriminating tastes. Doc Helen. Sanderson’s landlord, usually keeps about twice as many bottles as this around, not to mention her stock of bourbon

There’s a demonic serial killer loose who’s tortured and slaughtered a prostitute in Farnham. Harry Eberhardt is a demon slayer. This is just his kind of job. And that Amelia Laveau will be working with him makes it all the sweeter; Amelia’s a pro, and one of the few other magicians in the Office of Occult Affairs Harry admires. But this story isn’t called Magician’s Misfortune for nothing! Harry’s going to be dealing with “Working conditions” in chapter 5 he doesn’t want and doesn’t like, including colleagues and outsiders. And somehow matters come to a head with a lamp!

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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2 Responses to Chapter five of Magician’s Misfortune

  1. crimsonprose says:

    I take it you raided your secret store to set up the photo🙂

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