Hussar

Saint Tommy, NYPD Book 8

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Lt. Tommy Nolan has enjoyed a relatively quiet life for the past three years. His promotion has taken him away from the streets and away from the line of fire.

But when a training camp for terrorists threatens his city, he’s dragged back into the sulfur. Creatures of the damned are rising, and he’s the only man who can stop them.

Because the heir of Tommy’s ultimate enemy has returned, and he’s bringing with him all the forces of Hell.

Weight 1 lbs
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EBook, Paperback, Hardcover

Book Author

Declan Finn

Book Series

Book Series 1 Number

8

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  1. dennison.schreffler (verified owner)

    This is another fast-paced, action-filled entry in this thrilling series of true good vs true evil. Since time has gone on, five years’ worth, we have new faces, as well as old faces in new roles. I especially liked Barackus in his new role.

    I like that old challenges and limitations have workarounds that respect previous rules. I like that the challenges get upped so that even with all of the new abilities, evil is truly a challenge. I also like that when our heroes get in over their heads, that they rely on God, and ultimately it is His grace and actions which are triumphant.

    I look forward to the rest of the series (and am very glad that Mr. Finn has an ending in mind and is writing towards it–no stagnant filler books full of action that sends the overarching plot nowhere in this series!), and wonder if we will see any explicit crossovers between this series and others rather than just the implicit ones mentioned.

    TL;DR: Bought on Saturday night. Finished on Sunday afternoon.

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  2. Eric Brown (verified owner)

    A solid entry in the series. Lots of action, and some very nice character development for the subordinate characters in the series.

    One thing I really liked about this book is that Tommy doesn’t get a pile o’ new powers to overcome the Big Bad. That path rapidly becomes boring (I’m looking at you, Laurell Hamilton!).

    Like Dennison (above), I look forward to future entries in the series

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  3. Annamarie Yoskowitz (verified owner)

    Fantastic new book from Declan Finn! With wonderful pacing and demonstrable character growth, the tale of Tommy Nolan has drawn me in from book one and continued doing so up to this current installment.

    A great read, and I cannot wait to see how Tommy will continue to deal with the challenges thrown at him. Looking forward to the next book.

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  4. jgibbs223 (verified owner)

    Declan Finn never disappoints. Strong plotting and character development.

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  5. Eric Postma (verified owner)

    Hussar

    Detective Tommy Nolan NYPD is no longer a detective. In fact, three years after the events of Coven, Nolan has actually been promoted to Lieutenant. That means that life has been much less exciting for a while. Rather than walking the streets and getting shot at by everything from street gangs to reanimated zombies, Nolan now spends more time at his desk, keeping the department together, making sure procedures are followed and ensuring that internal affairs investigations are conducted as they should be. While Tommy is normally more of a hands-on person, the slower life agrees with him since he’s over the hill now and has started to feel age creeping up on him. Put that together with the fact his oldest son Jeremy and his not officially adopted daughter Lena are in Europe to visit an old friend and things are as calm as they could be.
    That is, until he and Bokor Baracus are sent to Texas to investigate a child trafficking operation the Texas Rangers are about to bust. While it might be odd that an NYPD Lt would be sent to Texas for any reason, Lt. Nolan is no ordinary cop. He’s been gifted every saintly charism you can think of, from flying top literally smelling evil. Over the course his adventures, his picked up a couple of other accessories, including a ring with part of antediluvian artifact, powered by the spiritual energy around it and a suit of armor made from the pieces of fallen golems. He’s also run afoul of a great many politicians by taking down a death cult masquerading as a women’s health clinic and taking down the mayor who turned out to be a warlock. So any chance to send Nolan away on assignment as part of the NYPD’s intelligence department is welcomed.
    As so often happens when Nolan is involved, nothing is as it seems. Rather than busting a child trafficking ring, Nolan and Baracus uncover an international trafficking and terrorism ring run by the former Jesuit who had been running the show in Coven to turn people into ectoplasmic monsters to carry on his anti-Christian jihad. With the help of Texas Ranger, Lloyd Lerman they set off to Europe, following the trail. Along the way the saintly Lieutenant, learns that his son and Lena haven’t been going to school and visiting friends like he thought. Instead, thanks to Jeremy’s training and Lena’s telekinesis, they’ve been working for the CIA, hunting antifa cells involved in black magic.
    Together, they make a formidable force. Yet, for long time fans of the saintly policemen, it will be no surprise that the battle is never an easy one. Even when you literally have Hellfire missiles at your beck and call.

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