Harm None by M. R. Sellars
A Rowan Gant Investigation (Rowan Gant Investigations, Book 1)

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HARM NONE: A Rowan Gant Investigation (Book 1)

THE WITCH AND THE DEAD…

They say dead men tell no tales. I really wish that was true, because the dead tell me more than I ever wanted to know.

My name is Rowan Gant. I’m just an average guy…well, except for the fact that I’m a Witch. That last part is the reason I’m the go-to-guy for the local cops whenever a murder is a little beyond the pale and they need a consultant with knowledge of the Occult. I didn’t actually want the job, but apparently the job wanted me.

It all started when I was asked to decipher some symbols found at a crime scene. The police needed answers, and as it turns out so did I. You see, fate being what it is I had a personal connection to the victim when she was still among the living. It gets worse, though… The images in the crime scene photos gave me a sick feeling that the killer wasn’t finished. I could see—even feel—what was coming next, and it was not going to be good.

In fact, it was going to be downright evil…
 

About M. R. Sellars

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An active member of the HWA (Horror Writers Association), M. R. Sellars is a relatively unassuming homebody who considers himself just a "guy with a lot of nightmares and a word processing program." His first full-length novel, Harm None, hit bookstore shelves in 2000 and he hasn't stopped writing since. All of the current novels in Sellars' continuing Rowan Gant Investigations saga have spent several consecutive weeks on numerous bookstore bestseller lists as well as a consistent showing on the Amazon.com Horror/Occult top 100. Sellars currently resides in the Midwest with his wife, daughter, and a host of what he describes as "rescued, geriatric, special-needs felines.
 
Published November 10, 2013 by WillowTree Press / E. M. A. Mysteries. 380 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Ben comes to Rowan for help in deciphering some of the elements of a murder and draws Rowan further into the case when they discover that the first victim is a friend and student of Rowan’s.

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