The Conjurer

Christopher Matthews Publishing
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U.S.Marshal Piquet must stop a serial killer nicknamed The Exterminator. He partners with long-time rival, FBI Agent Riddick. The case becomes a race against time when Piquet discovers the killer is the Angel of Death summoned by a conjurer who wants him dead. Enlisting the aid of  a forensic genius and a psychic,  Piquet must come to terms with his troubled past and break the fiendish spell before the Exterminator sends him to his grave. This is the first in the Marshal Piquet series, and will appeal to readers aged 17 and older interested in magic, witchcraft, psychic phenomenon and romance. There is enough magic for most fantasy readers, enough action to satisfy fans of Harlan Coben or Elmore Leonard, a sufficient body count to attract horror fans, and enough realism to suspend the doubt of anyone with an average measure of curiosity and imagination.
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About the author

Doug Christi is a member of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and has  worked as a staff writer for the Silver State Post and written over 35 short stories. The Conjurer is his first novel and the debut of U.S. Marshal Cameron Piquet, whose adventure-filled life, Doug plans to explore in a series of future novels. He has been most influenced by Edgar Alan Poe, John Steinbeck, Stephen King and John Connolly. When not writing, he enjoys coaching youth sports, restoring and repairing automobiles, mountain-biking, photography and the outdoors. He lives in Deer Lodge, Montana, with his wife and best friend, Jan. 

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Publisher
Christopher Matthews Publishing
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Published on
Jun 1, 2012
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Pages
300
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ISBN
9780985243142
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal
Fiction / Occult & Supernatural
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