Thief of Midnight by Catherine ButzenThief of Midnight by Catherine Butzen

Thief of Midnight

byCatherine Butzen

Paperback | May 6, 2016

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The Monster Hunters…

Abby Marquise has been killing doppelgangers and other dark creatures with the Society for the Security of Reality for awhile now—ever since she’d been recruited after being attacked by a ghoul one dark night. Her son Jimmy thinks she’s losing it, but how do you explain monster-hunting, much less the secret SSR, to a teenager? Now that children are disappearing all across the country, her partner John Sawyer wants to go after them, guns a-blazing. But how do you shoot something you can't find?  And how can you find something if you don't believe it exists?

 

…and the Bogeymen

Likho, a Ukrainian-Russian spirit, and L’uomo Nero, one of the ancient bag men, have been summoned by El Cucuy, leader of the supernatural Family. The myths and stories that created the Family are slowly fading from modern memory, and El Cucuy knows their very existence is threatened.  The bogeymen are beginning to vanish but the dead boy has a plan—spread fear in the world and restore themselves by taking the children! Likho, who has adopted some of the human ways, doesn’t like it. And L’uomo starts to act even stranger than usual by following the advice of an old human woman. Can they defy El Cucuy and exist? Who will believe in them then?

Title:Thief of MidnightFormat:PaperbackDimensions:230 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.48 inPublished:May 6, 2016Publisher:Stark House PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9781933586311

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"Thief of Midnight is an exciting story and very highly recommended." -Midwest Book Review, Fiction Shelf"A book to be appreciated and savored for its moody prose . . . and to be read with the doors locked by those who still believe in the bogeyman." -Jean Rabe, bestselling author of The Stonetellers trilogy"Strong debut."-Publishers Weekly