Damnation

Damnation

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Chaotic contract killer Don Drake, demon hunter, is on the verge of insanity in this clever and hilarious urban fantasy novel. Don Drake lives roughly in a sink on the outskirts of Edinburgh, casting cheap spells for even cheaper customers while defending himself against the local underworld. Six months ago Don fled London to Glasgow to track down his old friend, the alchemist Debbie. While the Burned Man is gradually driving him mad, Don meets an ancient and mysterious tramp-slash wizard with dire consequences. Now his old accomplices must step in to save Don from himself before he condemns himself for good this time.

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