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William Rutter’s first novel “Hunter’s Song”, previously discussed in “Happenings in the Ghastly Affair Community“, is now available on Amazon, in print and for Kindle. Naturally, it’s also available through Amazon UK,and Amazon France. I personally look forward to reading more about Lila Davenport’s struggles with supernatural evil in the dark corners of Georgian England (and beyond).
Naturally, Lila must now be added to the list of Inspirations for Demon Hunter characters!