Five and Daemon (Yo-Yo Files #1)

Demon hunters Johnny and Cerise travel to the small town of Carroll Fork where they find a demon-possessed thrift store, a sweet old lady who is more than she seems, and an army of underworld inhabitants. It's a devil of a problem, and Johnny will need every trick his trusty yo-yo can manage, along with some extra help, to rid the town of its demonic problem. More

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About M.A. Kropp

M.A. Kropp is a writer and blogger. She writes science fiction, fantasy, and urban fantasy, and is fascinated by mythologies and folklore. She also blogs several times a week at When not writing she is often found serving as Chief Scorekeeper for International Chili Society chili competitions, where she still competes occasionally. She has also been accused of reading anything and everything that comes in front of her eyes: books, old newspapers, cereal boxes, and, yes, even the instruction manuals that come with things. Most of all she enjoys eating good food, drinking good wine and other spirits, and spending time with good people. She is married, has three grown daughters, four awesome grandchildren, one dog, and three cats. She lives in central MA.

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About the Series: The Yo-Yo Files
Johnny is a demon-chaser, one of a select group of humans entrusted with keeping the rest of humanity safe from the realms of demons and devils. His partner, Cerise, a half-human, can see the traces of energy, called daemonflash, that mark the presence of an otherworldly creature, even when that creature is hidden from human eyes. Together, they track down the imps, sprites, demons, and occasional devil that attempt to make human lives miserable. Armed with his trusty silver yo-yo and snarky attitude, Johnny’s the one to call when the demons come out to play.

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