A Demon Trapper’s bonus story.
Before Riley Blackthorne can take on Grade Five demons, she has to trap her very first. Her debut solo trapping experience should be a breeze, just a harmless Grade One after all. But throw in some dippy hippies (whose peace signs and Patchouli really aren’t driving any demons away), one mischievous demon, and a run-in with the police, and Riley might not be able to pull it off...
Retro Demonology is a fun short story that introduces Jana Oliver’s world of demon hunting, and the beginning of The Demon Trapper’s Daughter series. It is fast paced, interesting, and introduces readers to a well developed and appealing protagonist, Riley. Not only that but Retro Demonology gives readers a chance to sample the first few chapters of the captivating novel and continuation of the story in The Demon Trapper’s Daughter, that’s due out in February.
While the story might be short, it’s well written and entertaining. I personally can’t wait for The Demon Trapper’s Daughter and wouldn’t mind reading more of these short stories in-between books in the series.