On the eleventh day of Christmas, Solaris gave to me... two urban fantasies full of paranormal activity. In the first, I met Redlaw covered in winter snow. He was busy tracking culprits in the vampire attacks, and avoiding Tina Checkley, a wanna-be big time TV journalist. But then he uncovers a conspiracy that sparks a target on his head. Then in the world of Pandaemonium, there’s vampires too, but they have bigger fish to fry with bigger powers too. Desdaemona returns with Jacey and Jordan, but this time someone else is trying to kill her and she might have to beg for help... from the person with the most cause to want her dead. All they want for Christmas is no price on their head, but all you should want for Christmas is to see how they manage!
Redlaw: Redeye | James Lovegrove
£7.99, ISBN: 978-1-78108-048-1
The sequel to Redlaw
The eastern seaboard of the USA is experiencing the worst winter weather in living memory, and John Redlaw is in the cold white thick of it. He’s come to America to investigate a series of vicious attacks on vampire immigrants – targeted kills that can’t simply be the work of amateur vigilantes.
Dogging his footsteps is Tina “Tick” Checkley, a wannabe TV journalist with an eye on the big time.
The conspiracy Redlaw uncovers could give Tina the career break she’s been looking for. It could also spell death for Redlaw.
Pandaemonium, Book Two of The Daemonomicon | Ben Macallan
£7.99, ISBN: 978-1-78108-051-1
The sequel to Desdaemona
Desdaemona’s done a bad, bad thing.
A thing so, so terrible that she has to run away from the consequences. Again. Where better to look for shelter than with the boy she was running from before?
But trouble follows. And if it’s not Jacey’s parents who sent the deadly crow-men, the Twa Corbies, in chase of her, then who is it? Deep under London, among the lost and rejected of two worlds, answers begin to emerge from Desi’s hidden past. Answers that send her north in a flight that turns to a hunt, with strange companions and stranger prey. Dangers lie ahead and behind; inconvenient passion lays traps for her, just when she needs a clear head; at the last, even Desi has to beg for help. From one who has more cause than most to want her dead...