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Danger Delivered: Gilroy - Warlock of the West Blackbird: Chapter 2 - Danger Delivered #2 - cover

Danger Delivered: Gilroy - Warlock of the West Blackbird: Chapter 2 - Danger Delivered #2

Whit Bailey

Publisher: Whit Bailey

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Summary

The attack on the Warlock of the West has begun. 
 
Dark forces cast a shadow over the Dumarques Estate, descending on the small band of warriors who fight the demons with a little bit of hell of their own. 
 
While Gilroy's obsidian center draws the killers to him, will it repel those for whom he cares the most?

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