• Histories

  • A Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter Short Story Collection (Quincy Harker Collection)
  • By: John G. Hartness
  • Narrated by: James Anderson Foster
  • Length: 4 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

An attack in the dark. The loss of a love. Waking up hung over in a ditch.

These are the things that make a hero, especially if that hero is Quincy Harker, immortal wizard, snarky bastard, and general badass.

Histories collects two short stories and one short novella giving a peek behind the curtain at the man, the myth, the legend that is Quincy Harker, as well as the origin story of one of his most popular cohorts, Jo Henry.

Hammer Time—Jo Henry takes up her father's mantle reluctantly, but in a moment of most dire necessity. A moment of necessity and claws. LOTS of claws.

Jazz City Blues—Harker wakes up like so many of us have—facedown in a New Orleans gutter with a hangover the size of Lake Ponchartrain. Then zombies happen.

Anna's Song—The story of Harker's first love, and the tragedy that took him from her. Anna's Song is a love story, a cautionary tale, and a story about killing lots of Nazis.

©2018 John G. Hartness (P)2022 Tantor

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Not bad!

The last book was little more than a political piece, I told myself I wouldn't buy another book by John Hartness because of it but I decided to give it another chance. I'm not going to say it's one of the best Harker books he's written because it's not but it was ten times better than the last!

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