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Demon & Guardian




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The heart-pounding, action-packed sequel to Demon.

A secret order at war with itself.
A Syrian official who wants to set the Middle East ablaze.
And all of them want nothing more than one unlucky CIA agent …

CIA agent Mike Caldwell just confronted a fallen angel and survived. But he wasn't the only one tracking down Semyaza, and the demon's escape from an ancient tomb has caught the attention of several powerful entities. Now they will stop at nothing to get Mike to play by their rules.
Mike must head out on an international mission to confront the covert brotherhood in an effort to save the world from destruction.



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Mike Caldwell is a CIA assassin who thinks he's finally got a real case to work on. At a remote construction site in Iraq, something deadly and dangerous has been unearthed, and Mike believes he's dealing with a powerful pathogen that turns the infected into primal killing machines. The truth, however, is far worse.

The ancient prison of the fallen angel Semyaza has been uncovered, and for the first time in thousands of years he is free to roam the earth, possessing the bodies of the humans he hates. And everywhere he goes, Hell is sure to follow.

Now Mike is on Semyaza's trail, hunting a demon whose mere presence turns every living thing near it into a weapon of mass destruction. Both merchants of death are on a collision course, while the fate of humanity hangs in the balance.


"Some books are like grenades with the pin pulled. Open 'em up and BAM!!!!, there's blood and brutal doings to spare. That's how I feel when I crack covers on an Erik Williams book. Handle this one with care... and watch out for flying shrapnel." -Norman Partridge, Bram Stoker Award-winning  author of Dark Harvest

"Demon is a swiftly-paced novel that kicks ass all over the place." -Ray Garton, author of Serpent Girl and Live Girls

"Demon -like a hellacious cross between 24, The Exorcist and a videogame. Fast-paced and wicked fun." -Jonathan Maberry, NY Times bestseller and multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The King of Plagues and Rot & Ruin

"Some things just won't stay matter how sanctified the ground. Set amid the turmoil and terror of the present war, a much more ancient battle--the ultimate battle of GOOD versus EVIL in which Man is only a pawn--is resurrected...and God help us all." -P.D. Cacek, multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Wind Caller

"I have read much of Williams' shorter works and enjoyed the hell out of them, and I wasn't disappointed with his first full novel. He has an uncanny knack for realistic dialogue, and his firsthand experience with naval procedure gives this military horror novel an air of authenticity that helps propel it along at a pleasantly fast pace. The main character is the type of antihero readers love to root for, and he infuses just the right amount of humor, gore, theology and, of course, zombies. The ending is dead on, and he sets it up beautifully for a sequel I will be anxiously awaiting. Highly recommended." -Kevin Wallis, author of Beneath the Surface of Things

"If you enjoy a good flow to your story, don't mind a few guts spilled here and there, then you have to check this out." -Benjamin Kane Ethridge, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Black & Orange and Bottled Abyss



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