"If the supernatural is your thing, then you will love this third installment!"

- Kindle Review

"A fun novel that was reminiscent of an 80's horror film." - Kindle Review

"A fun novel that was reminiscent of an 80's horror film." - Kindle Review

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Like most kids who grew up in the small town of Silver Falls, Toby Hoffman heard all the scary stories about monsters living in the neighboring woods of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Now a teenager, he knows the tales are made up to keep the town’s children from wandering where they aren’t wanted.

Then his best friend, Nate, wakes up covered in blood in the reservation woods, with no recollection of whose blood it is or where it came from. Soon after, Silver Falls is beset by a series of brutal attacks. 

Toby begins to wonder if one of the fables he was told as a child might be true. With the help of his Native American neighbor, Rachel Chochopi, he goes looking for answers. Before long, the two of them begin making startling discoveries about some of their friends, family members, and even some all-too-real monsters.

"Once I picked this book up, I could not put it down!" - Kindle Review

Returning home after a rough first mission, Toby Hoffman settles back into life as a normal teenager with surprising ease. He enjoys his days in Silver Falls, but knows deep down that his true calling is to hunt monsters and help those in need.

He gets the opportunity to do both when a fellow hunter in the European Huntsman’s Network goes missing. Toby returns to Europe to rejoin his former colleagues and help track down the vanished hunter.

Veteran hunter Jack Steele leads the search-and-rescue mission, happy to have Toby’s recently inherited warlock powers at his disposal. They come in especially useful when the hunters cross paths with Jack’s lifelong nemesis in a small Scotland town.

While fighting for survival, Jack and Toby come to truly appreciate the horrific agreement the wicked vampire has forged with the town’s residents. They call on familiar friends who quickly come to their aid as the hunters face their most formidable threat yet.

You never know what you might find hidden in the attic. Natalie Sherwood is simply looking to stash something for a friend when she discovers a book of spells in her family’s crawlspace. Unsure how seriously to take her discovery, she decides to try some simple experiments with unsettling results. 


Natalie soon finds out that magic is real and that she has the ability to perform it rather easily. This leads to yet another discovery. She’s a witch.

Meanwhile, after saving his hometown from a pack of werewolves, Toby Hoffman is recruited by an elite group of international hunters to help confront supernatural creatures across the globe. His first mission comes sooner than expected when Natalie unwittingly summons two beings who strive to kill her and steal her powers. 

Refusing to acknowledge that he might be in over his head, Toby takes on the daunting task of rescuing her. It soon becomes clear that he won’t be able to succeed on his own. 

Like most kids who grew up in the small town of Silver Falls, Toby Hoffman heard all the scary stories about monsters living in the neighboring woods of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Now a teenager, he knows the tales are made up to keep the town’s children from wandering where they aren’t wanted.

Then his best friend, Nate, wakes up covered in blood in the reservation woods, with no recollection of whose blood it is or where it came from. Soon after, Silver Falls is beset by a series of brutal attacks. 

Toby begins to wonder if one of the fables he was told as a child might be true. With the help of his Native American neighbor, Rachel Chochopi, he goes looking for answers. Before long, the two of them begin making startling discoveries about some of their friends, family members, and even some all-too-real monsters.

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