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Writers Inspiring Change feature review: The Raven Flies at Night

Updated: Mar 20, 2023

In The Raven Flies at Night, the 2nd book in the Father Gunter Demon Hunter series, the reckless demon tracker is back on the trail of another sinister ghoul. He just can't help himself - he's driven by the image of his own sister being abducted by some satanic creep, and Father Gunter is determined to wreak vengeance on the underworld. Together, with his buddy Robert, the two follow a trail of strange deaths, coming face to face with a kingpin in the hellish swamp. If you like ghouls, life-sucking demons and the ultimate showdown between man and demonics, this is the book for you. Put on the coffee and start reading.

Review by International Writers Inspiring Change

About J.R. Pestel

J.R. Pestel is a caffeine addicted, nature and animal loving business owner in Mesa AZ. The business is making and selling scented candles and wax melts, and she has a lot of fun doing it.

When she is not knee deep in wax and fragrance oil, she likes to write about demons and demon hunters, along with some science fiction tales as well.

She draws her inspiration from many places; watching episodes of her favorite TV series “Supernatural” and “The Dresden Files,” as well as from events that happen not only in her own life, but in current affairs as well – The well-publicized incident now known as “The Phoenix Lights” provided the inspiration behind her upcoming science fiction thriller “Grays”.

Even though what she writes is fiction, she wants the demons to be as real as possible, so she always does research to make sure the demon she is using in a particular book is actually known for whatever evil it is perpetrating. Did you know that the demon named in “The Bucktown Babies” actually is, according to demonology, the demon responsible for infant mortality and miscarriages?

So, although she may not be Stephen King or Anne Rice, if you’re looking for a novel that will not only chill you, but entertain as well, give the books of J.R. Pestel a try.

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