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The Lucifer Glass

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"It may cost you your soul. "

Daniel Gates is a fixer. Whatever his client wants, he can get for a price. But the price of his latest assignment is a high one indeed. He is to travel to Scotland to exchange a rare demonic text, a grimoire, for a consignment of even rarer whiskey. Reading the grimoire, Gates learns of the legend of Lucifer s Glass and the unholy trinity of g
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Published June 1st 2013 by Samhain Publishing
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Ms. Nikki
3.5 stars

Daniel Gates is a fixer. He'll get want you want if the price is right.
His last mission went awry and some lines were crossed, but the employer asks for one more quest. If he completes it, he will be paid handsomely and the issues from his last job will be taken care of.

Daniel accepts, seeing as he's only supposed to transport a book to an island and in exchange he's supposed to acquire some special whiskey.

Things don't go quite like he planned and the trip turns out to be more than Dan
Sara Tantlinger
Aug 09, 2018 rated it really liked it
A crazy adventure and a quick read laced with some gorgeous prose that made me stop just to appreciate the language. The occult world Daniel Gates finds himself drowning in has me hooked, and I am eager to see what happens next!
Rich D.
Dec 13, 2014 rated it really liked it
Daniel Gates is known as a "fixer", someone who uses a variety of skills in order to collect obscure artifacts for his clients. He recently completed a high stakes mission in obtaining a a mirror made from human bone for a powerful corporation and is set to collect his payday before he is offered another job - travel to an obscure Scottish distillery to obtain a large bottle of mysterious whisky known as The Zero Malt. Gates is unable to turn down the offer with the promise of quadrupling his fe ...more
Erin Al-Mehairi
Jun 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing are never sure what is real, dreamed, or imagined but I loved every minute of this fantastic novella. NEED more! Review to come.
Michael Brookes
Mar 09, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is decent short story about Daniel Gates who specialises in retrieving specialist items. His latest job was to retrive a special mirror and from there his employer sends him on a new job. He travels up to Scotland with a rare grimoire in his possession which he is supposed to exchange for some extremely rare whiskey. However things are not quite what they seem.

This is a short story so is over before you realise it and for me that was the only real downer, there was a bit more story here, b
William Oarlock
Jan 07, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Daniel Gates makes his living acquiring rare and valuable objects for the most wealthy of clients.

When a certain Rothschild, after buying a darksome occult item, hires Gates yet again to make another rare purchase.

A commission that leads Daniel into a seemingly endless vortex of nightmare.

A good and swift read.
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Frazer Lee is a novelist, screenwriter, and filmmaker whose debut novel The Lamplighters was a Bram Stoker Award® Finalist. His film credits include the acclaimed feature film Panic Button. Frazer resides with his family in Buckinghamshire, just across the cemetery from the real-life Hammer House of Horror.

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