Snake Eyes: A novel of the Demon Accords

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Book 11 of the Demon Accords. What happens in Vegas...could kill most of the human race. When all trails lead Chris, Tanya and their entire team to the desert gambling mecca, the stakes become the highest possible. Facing a hybrid demon werewolf, his death witch mother, undead strippers and pregnancy cravings, Chris must rely on his team like never before. More

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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 ( 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: Diogenes Rockwell on Jan. 7, 2017 :
An excellent addition to this series. The Demon Accords is one the most fun universes I've ever been in. (and I've been in many others since my "Golden age of Science Fiction".)

Snakes Eyes feels a little rushed in spots but overall it's in the top 3 of the series for me. Probably Fallen Stars is my favorite but I'll have to re-read them to make sure, drat! :D
If you haven't read the whole series, at least read the previous volume, "Rogues" as it sets up Snake Eyes. Each volume ends in a good spot but Rogues was a bit abrupt-- not throw the book against the wall abrupt but definitely "wait!, there's more to this story!" abrupt.

(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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