A former priest and demon hunter, Father Gunter is a demon’s worst nightmare. But even he will need help to destroy the demons that threaten the small farming community of Bucktown. When he sees a news broadcast about tragic events taking place in the town, he realizes he has work to do.
Along the way, help arrives – but from an unexpected source. Will it be enough to see the demon hunter through the final showdown with evil?
Janine R. Pestel is an Author born in Pennsylvania, raised in New Jersey, and now living in Mesa Arizona.
In the 1990’s, she was a motorsports photographer, along with her husband Joe. Together, they traveled the country photographing NASCAR, Indy Car, and Sports Car races for a publication in Trenton, NJ – Area Auto Racing News. Since moving to Arizona with her husband in 1999, they still photograph motorsports for the same publication in NJ, but now they only photograph races at Phoenix International Raceway.
She began writing and self publishing in 2016, and in that year published 4 short stories, 1 compilation of short stories, and 1 novella. She writes science fiction, horror, and supernatural thrillers. Her main series, currently, is the “Father Gunter, Demon Hunter” supernatural thriller series. The first book of the series – “The Bucktown Babies” – was self published on February 1, 2017.
In September of 2017, she signed with Creativia Publishing. They re-released “The Bucktown Babies”, and her science fiction novella “The Mons Connection” – which, actually, was the first story she had written, back in early 2016. The 2nd book in the “Father Gunter, Demon Hunter” series – “The Raven Flies at Night” is due to be released by her publisher, Creativia, in early December, 2017.
Her plans for 2018 include at least 3 new novels, including at least one more in the “Father Gunter, Demon Hunter” series. Her books are available in e-book, paperback, and audio book.
Visit her website: http://www.janinepestel.com
This book goes a bit further afield then what I normally read. On some ways it is going back to my roots of reading on my teens.
This book was very entertaining and really made me so happy that I agreed to reviews and be part of this blogtour.
While classification of this book would be paranormal it really had a religious undertone that takes a look at your beliefs of good and evil.
The main character Gunter is a demon hunter and has his faith that helps him. You cam just see the passion of his convictions just oozing out of him.
What I really liked was how the whole paranormal aspect was done and that it made the unbelievable parts more real.