“I enjoyed the book tremendously with all of the twists in the story line I look forward to the sequel.”—Michelle Corbin MD
“A very suspense filled hard to guess story that was riveting to the very end. Really enjoyed the book. Congratulations to Mr. Christie on an outstanding novel that ranks with some of the best novels I have read from today’s greats. I am ready for the next one!—Mike
“…a book that flows well, has a catching story line, and keeps one’s attention to the end. His characters are believable and realistic, unlike many thrillers that have superhero types. It is a good read that leaves you waiting for his next book.”—Brekk Macpherson
“This novel has it all: a detective story woven through a labyrinth of fantasy, horror and psychic phenomena.
Christi’s storytelling kept me engrossed from the outset. His likable protagonist, Cameron Piquet cruises through the story in a red `65 Mustang convertible, pursued not only by beautiful women, but also by the `Angel of Death.’ The characters we meet in the story are enthralling and the imagery is highly imaginative–Wiccan magic spells, supernatural visions and tender love scenes.—Marco Lobo, author of The Witch Hunter’s Amulet
Doug Christi is a member of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and has worked as a staff writer for the Silver State Post and written over 35 short stories. The Conjurer is his first novel and the debut of U.S. Marshal Cameron Piquet, whose adventure-filled life, Doug plans to explore in a series of future novels. He has been most influenced by Edgar Alan Poe, John Steinbeck, Dean Koontz, Stephen King and John Connolly. When not writing, he enjoys coaching youth sports, restoring and repairing automobiles, mountain-biking, photography and the outdoors. He lives in Deer Lodge, Montana, with his wife and best friend, Jan.
Cover design by Armen Kojoyian