Rick Gilroy, the new detective in Huron City, Michigan, thought that getting out of big city policework promised a future of relative ease. Then a series of dead women shatter his plans for a quiet life in the placid resort town. Things get even more complicated when Moreen Valentino, a beautiful psychic who can raise the dead, and Ed Cooper, an insurance adjustor forced into early retirement by the Sumerian god of pestilence, get involved in the case.
“. . . clever combination of graphic horror and satire . . . characters are well developed and likable, and the story’s climax is consistent with the grandest traditions of horror fiction, not to mention very creepy. I give Demonesque my highest possible recommendation.” — Jeffrey A. Katt, Bloody Muse Magazine