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Inand gave the author a second channum opus. One hundred and seventy-two years later, Hamelin returns to find the author hopelessly blocked, his dark muse stolen by the grandson of Pandora, and the manuscript unfinished. 

Hamelin must find a way to get Poe’s muse back, help him finish his masterpiece, and then transport the author into the afterlife without alerting his supervisors. If it’s found out that Hamelin has created another second chancer, he will face almost certain damnation. Hamelin believes he can get the muse back, but when the soul runner gets shanghaied to hell by a vindictive demon, and the 12th Angelic Corps is dispatched to retrieve him, Hamelin’s damnation seems like it might be inevitable.

In 1849, soul runner Hamelin Russell arrived in Baltimore, Maryland to transport Edgar Allan Poe’s soul into the afterlife. A lover of the arts, Hamelin had a change of heart and gave the author a second chance at life in exchange for finishing his magnum opus. One hundred and seventy-two years later, Hamelin returns to find the author hopelessly blocked, his dark muse stolen by the grandson of Pandora, and the manuscript unfinished. 

Hamelin must find a way to get Poe’s muse back, help him finish his masterpiece, and then transport the author into the afterlife without alerting his supervisors. If it’s found out that Hamelin has created another second chancer, he will face almost certain damnation. Hamelin believes he can get the muse back, but when the soul runner gets shanghaied to hell by a vindictive demon, and the 12th Angelic Corps is dispatched to retrieve him, Hamelin’s damnation seems like it might be inevitable.

In 1849, soul runner Hamelin Russell arrived in Baltimore, Maryland to transport Edgar Allan Poe’s soul into the afterlife. A lover of the arts, Hamelin had a change of heart and gave the author a second chance at life in exchange for finishing his magnum opus. One hundred and seventy-two years later, Hamelin returns to find the author hopelessly blocked, his dark muse stolen by the grandson of Pandora, and the manuscript unfinished. 

Hamelin must find a way to get Poe’s muse back, help him finish his masterpiece, and then transport the author into the afterlife without alerting his supervisors. If it’s found out that Hamelin has created another second chancer, he will face almost certain damnation. Hamelin believes he can get the muse back, but when the soul runner gets shanghaied to hell by a vindictive demon, and the 12th Angelic Corps is dispatched to retrieve him, Hamelin’s damnation seems like it might be inevitable.





 

In 1849, soul runner Hamelin Russell arrived in Baltimore, Maryland to transport Edgar Allan Poe’s soul into the afterlife. A lover of the arts, Hamelin had a change of heart and gave the author a second chance at life in exchange for finishing his magnum opus. One hundred and seventy-two years later, Hamelin returns to find the author hopelessly blocked, his dark muse stolen by the grandson of Pandora, and the manuscript unfinished. 

Hamelin must find a way to get Poe’s muse back, help him finish his masterpiece, and then transport the author into the afterlife without alerting his supervisors. If it’s found out that Hamelin has created another second chancer, he will face almost certain damnation. Hamelin believes he can get the muse back, but when the soul runner gets shanghaied to hell by a vindictive demon, and the 12th Angelic Corps is dispatched to retrieve him, Hamelin’s damnation seems like it might be inevitable.

Readers can also find Hamelin Russell in the earlier novels Bayside Blues and Spirit of the Law.

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In a game of cat and mouse extending from the frozen waters of the Chesapeake Bay to Santa’s home base at the North Pole, immortal Hamelin Russell battles the vengeful son of a powerful demon who will stop at nothing until he destroys Hamelin and all that he holds dear. Before Christmas Day ends, Santa Claus, an Anacostia Delta musician, and a young boy will be caught in the crossfire. One will die, one will become possessed, and the third will be saved by a simple act of human compassion. Only Hamelin can end the rampage.  There is just one problem—the solution goes against every tenet of the soul runner’s ancient honor code.

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In 1922, private investigator Tatum “Shoe” Shoemaker—fresh off a sensational case and a Pulitzer Prize nomination—finds himself working in a bad section of Washington, D.C., and drowning in debt. So when a well-heeled solicitor offers a substantial retainer to solve the brutal murder of a wealthy industrialist’s daughter, he jumps at the chance.

 

Against the advice of his girlfriend-cum-wise-cracking assistant, Shoe decides to risk potential retribution from elected officials and return to Nevis, Maryland—the bayside town that ran him out six months earlier for exposing corruption in government. But his hope of solving his new case is immediately imperiled when he learns archrival Rudy Becker has been retained on the same case. Clues pile up without connection as neither investigator fully trusts the other, and each withholds information vital to solving the case. Soon, both investigators find themselves prime suspects in the murder, and they must either learn to work together with complete trust, or one of them will certainly go down for the murder.