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Hell on Heels

(Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter #3)

4.12  ·  Rating details ·  292 ratings  ·  17 reviews
You think your family has baggage? Quincy Harker has to not only deal with his uncle's psychotic vampire ex-minion Augustus Renfield, but there's a new Vampire Hunter in town, and her name is Van Helsing! It's not a good day for a foul-mouthed magic-using demon hunter, and it gets worse when the original Renfield kidnaps the current Renfield to lure Harker and his Uncle Lu ...more
Kindle Edition, 90 pages
Published July 29th 2015 by Falstaff Books
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Augustus Renfield is the very first manservant to Dracula....uh...Uncle Luke. He was promised by Uncle Luke that after a certain number of years of being his errand boy he'd be turned. I'll be darned if the bat crap crazy Dracula can recognize another farther gone individual because he flat out refused. You know what happens when you tell a total psycho no? He gets revenge - it might take him awhile and several tries - but he keeps comi
Aug 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing

Now this is how you write a freaking monster-ass kicking story! Hell of Heels is the third novella in the Quincy Harker series. And my favorite so far! You know how you have to pay extra for the center meat of a watermelon because it is the best part. Well, this story is like that. Hartness took a novel's worth of story and carved out the best part of it. Not sure why the melon comparison, but I love watermelon so made sense at the time.

Action packed from start to finish. Every character is
It was comedic and enjoyable to read. The lead character had a Harry Dresden-ish quality that I loved immediately. It was an easy read and had a satisfying ending.
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About the Book: Someone’s hunting in Uncle Luke’s territory, dramatically turning victims into vampires. It would be an understandable event, just another vampire trying to butt-in on other vampire’s territory. But it just so happens that Uncle Luke is no other than Dracula, Vlad the Impaler himself. And there’s only one idiot ballsy enough to believe he can take on the vampire from books and legends…

My Opinion: This is a ver
Erin Penn
May 18, 2019 rated it really liked it
Continuing my journey with Quincy Harker, I get a blast from Uncle Luke's past. The FIRST Renfield, who is even more crazy than what the Stoker book said, and Van Helsing, well his great-granddaughter, who is every bit as determine to kill vampires as old Abraham. They are both in town at the same time, looking for one old man who Quincy calls Uncle.

A marvelous ode to the original storyline while undeniably Quincy Harker.

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May 12, 2018 rated it liked it
Read the "Year One" collection, and then had a chance to listen to the audiobook. The guy reading it did a great job, performing the characters and not merely reading the text. Made it more fun than text version. His Quincy sounds even more like a self-aware asshole than he does in my mind.
Jan 09, 2018 rated it liked it
Fun and enjoyable. Not as good as the first, better than the 2nd. I like Quincy, he's great. :)
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Hell on Heels: A Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter Novella
Written by: John G. Hartness
Narrated by: James Foster
Length: 2 hrs and 47 mins
Unabridged Audiobook
Release Date:01-15-16
Publisher: Falstaff Media

The Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter series, is still going strong in Hell on Heels, the third title in the series. Harker and Detective Flynn have had changes in their relationship, a very slow building of trust and possibly a hint of friendship. Quincy’s language and attitude both remain fo
Feb 20, 2016 rated it really liked it
(This is a solid 4.5 star novella. I am reviewing the audiobook, available from Audible...)
Hell on Heels is a novella in a series of novellas (so far). Personally, I haven't read/listened to any of the others yet but I did just add "Raising Hell" (the 1st novella in the series) to my wishlist. I didn't have any trouble following this story, even though I had not read any of the other novellas. The protagonist is a half-vampire hunter of the bad things that go bump in the night. He is also a funn
My original Hell on Heels audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.

Hell on Heels is the third installment of the crass and humorous Quincy Harker, half vampire demon hunter. If you have listened to the previous audiobooks in this series of novella, do yourself a favor and get this one too. You will not be disappointed. If you haven’t, not sure why you wouldn’t, but if you haven’t listened to any of these stories. You will be happy to know that they all could stand alon
Jan 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing
4.5 Stars Audible Edition

This was an excellent addition to the Quincy Harker series. It is fast paced, action packed, laugh out loud funny and entertaining as hell. We get to learn more about our interesting cast of characters in this installment and we are introduced to a new character. Gabriela Van Helsing.

Quincy Harker is one of the best characters I have read in a long time and that is due, in part, to James Foster’s narration. He brings Quincy to life with his foul mouth, snarky attitude a
Sep 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
A fun little followup that's written in the vein of a "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" Episodic, (or something similar of the like), this is the third book, which I didn't realize until I was 2-3 chapters in (I'll have to back and read the second.) The writing is a bit crisper than the first, with a bit less of the good old 4-letter emphasis used as a dash on every page. Gives some history of the characters, and plays out Q. Harker basically leaving the heavy lifting to another character (I don't know ...more
Quincy Harker is trying to keep his town free of demons. Det. Bex Flynn is a human working with Quincy and a Homeland Security guy going by the name of John Smith. There's a new vampire in town leaving a trail of undead and wanting to kill Dracula, Quincy's uncle. Enter a new vampire slayer, a young woman by the name of VanHelsing. With lots of snarky humor, this novella makes a nice break from reality.
James Foster is really great as the narrative voice of Quincy Harker.
Amy Parrish
Aug 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Excellent read!

This is the third Quincy Harker story and it did not disappoint. The action moved nicely and we learn more about Quincy and Uncle Luke.
The Kindle edition also includes a short story by Gail Z. And Larry Martin called Resurrection Night. It is steampunk with animated corpses and lots of neat gadgets. Fans of Gail's other works, such as The Summoner or Deadly Curiosities series won't be disappointed.
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John G. Hartness is a teller of tales, a righter of wrong, defender of ladies’ virtues, and some people call him Maurice, for he speaks of the pompatus of love.

He is also the award-winning author of the urban fantasy series The Black Knight Chronicles (Bell Bridge Books), the Bubba the Monster Hunter comedic horror series, the Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter dark fantasy series, and many other projec

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