Dark Ways To Death

Dark Ways To Death

Peter Saxon / Feb 27, 2020

Dark Ways To Death Black magic satanism necromancy witchcraft sorcery voodoo vampirismwherever and whatever the agents of occult Evil are THE GUARDIANS are there to combat them with their own than mortal powers I

  • Title: Dark Ways To Death
  • Author: Peter Saxon
  • ISBN: 9780722176559
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Black magic, satanism, necromancy, witchcraft, sorcery, voodoo, vampirismwherever and whatever the agents of occult Evil are, THE GUARDIANS are there to combat them with their own than mortal powers In this second thrilling exploit, The Guardians meet their most fateful and perilous challenge in a nightmare maze beneath the city streets where the Dark God meetsBlack magic, satanism, necromancy, witchcraft, sorcery, voodoo, vampirismwherever and whatever the agents of occult Evil are, THE GUARDIANS are there to combat them with their own than mortal powers In this second thrilling exploit, The Guardians meet their most fateful and perilous challenge in a nightmare maze beneath the city streets where the Dark God meets his worshippers and lures The Guardians to a doom beyond death

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    About "Peter Saxon"

      • Peter Saxon

        Peter Saxon was a house pseudonym used by various authors of British pulp fiction, among them W Howard Baker Danger Ahead 1958, The Killing Bone 1968 and Vampire s Moon 1972 Rex Dolphin The Vampires of Finist re 1968 Stephen D Frances The Disorientated Man aka Scream and Scream Again 1966, Black Honey 1968, and Corruption 1968 Wilfred McNeilly The Darkest Night 1966, Dark Ways to Death 1966, Satan s Child 1967, The Torturer 1967, and The Haunting of Alan Mais 1969 Ross Richards Through the Dark Curtain 1968 and Martin Thomas The Curse of Rathlaw 1968.


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    1. This is the second in The Guardians series. I was first introduced to these novels through my father. There was a novel in our home library from this collection that I immediately fell in love with. The premise and the characters are incredibly compelling. The novel is written from the perspective of a young, former anthropology professor. His specialty was magic, and after he left his university position, he was approached by a man starting an occult detective/protection/do-gooder service, The [...]


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