'I loved every page, I loved that the fantasy in the world was so interwoven that it seemed almost commonplace, making the book more of a standard crime novel than anything else. It kicked all kinds of ass in my opinion and I promptly bought the other books of the series. Go read it, you will dig it.' --The GhostWorks
'I love spending time with this principle character as he resolves his human side against the otherness of the people he deals with. It's quirky, has a great overall arc and when added to a criminal element goes on to show how tricky policing the unusual can be. It's definitely something that I would recommend to others and a series that has done nothing but entertain since its original release. Add to this adventure a new danger to the otherworld community of Slide, the return of an old foe and of course a whole workload for our hero to deal with and all round you ll be in for a treat. Great stuff.' --Falcata Times
'I love the mix of genres that Justin Gustainis has created in the Occult Crime Unit Investigation Series, and Known Devil continues his trend of smart, dark, fun reads. These are not just crime/detective stories and they're not just urban myth stories - they're excellent stories about relationships and diversity. I'm a complete fan and can barely wait for Book #4!' --Popcorn Reads
'Whipcrack-fast, hellishly smart, and wonderfully noir - Known Devil is a marvellous ride.' --Lilith Saintcrow, New York Times bestselling author
'The story is both dark-edged and breezily amusing, which get thumbs from me.' --Laura Anne Gilman, author of the 'Paranormal Scene Investigations' serie
My name’s Markowski. I carry a badge. Also, a crucifix, some wooden stakes, a big vial of holy water, and a 9mm Beretta loaded with silver bullets.
A new supernatural gang is intent on invading Scranton – as if I didn’t have enough to contend with!
Supernatural gang warfare? Not on my watch!
About the Author
Justin Gustainis was born in Northeast Pennsylvania in 1951. He attended college at the University of Scranton, a Jesuit university that figures prominently in several of his writings.