God Touched

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Book 1 of the Demon Accords. Rookie NYPD cop Chris Gordon has a secret - he hunts demons on the side. But when he rescues beautiful Tatiana Demidova from a Hell sent killer, he discovers an even stranger side to the Big Apple. Suddenly neck deep in vampires, werewolves and face-to-face with a giant short-faced bear, Chris races to save his new girlfriend. Now if only she doesn't drink him dry.

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About John Conroe

I've spent my working career in finance and banking. Writing is a new endeavor, but I've been a voracious reader all my life. Scifi, fantasy, thriller, horror, it's all good. But I keep coming back to urban fantasy and that's what I've chosen to write.

I forge knives, study Brazilian Jiujitsu, and help run an outdoor education center (www.ndcenter.org) in my spare time, which is whatever is left over after two teens and my wife get done with me.

“John Conroe's first book does more than display his familiarity with the currently popular sub-genre of vampire stories. It also showcases a truly individual and engaging storytelling voice. With intelligence and sly humor, Conroe has crafted a tale that is more than mere genre fiction. It's a truly engaging and rewarding read.” – Joseph Bruchac, award winning author of The Skeleton Man and co-author of the best selling Keepers of the Earth series.

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Review by: buiern on Dec. 2, 2012 :
Good story, good characters and a good plot make for an excellent book.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Review by: Albert Robbins on March 5, 2011 :
To be fair, I am a little tired of the vampire - werewolf storyline but God touched is a very well written book with a minimal amount of errors. John Conroe does a great job reeling in the reader into the storyline and keeping them reading. I enjoyed the prose and the flow of the words kept the story fast paced from beginning to end.
(reviewed 29 days after purchase)

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