The Living End (Daniel Faust #3) - Craig Schaefer 7.50   2

As the FBI closes in on the Las Vegas underworld, Daniel Faust - grifter, thief, and sorcerer - isn't the only one feeling the heat. Half-demon racket boss Nicky Agnelli is fighting to hang onto his empire, leaving a trail of dead informants in his wake, while Daniel's ex-girlfriend Jennifer rallies her forces on the street and aims her sights at Nicky's crown.

Meanwhile, homeless people are vanishing by the dozens. Daniel has bigger problems to worry about, but a plea from an old friend sends him on a search for answers. What he finds is a conspiracy twenty years in the making, involving a power-hungry senator, occult experiments, murderous British mercenaries... and Lauren Carmichael, Daniel's nemesis.

From a gunfight in the Arizona badlands to unearthing buried secrets in a New York laboratory, the hunt is on. With Lauren's deadly plan revealed and time running out, Daniel and his crew will stop at nothing to take her down. She's got the law in her pocket and a hired army at her back. He's got black magic, bullets, and the art of the con. It's high noon in Vegas and when the dust settles, only one side will be left standing.

May the best villain win.


Release date August 2014

Details updated April 27, 2022

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Daniel Faust :: Series

Series contains 9 primary works and has 10 total works.

Las Vegas. It's a city of big winners and bigger losers, where fortunes tumble with a roll of the dice. Under all the glitz and sleaze, though, there's another Vegas: a city infested by monsters in human skin, drenched in occult corruption. It's the kind of place where a dash of black magic and a gun could be the only thing standing between you and the gates of hell. The kind of place a man like Daniel Faust calls home.

Faust is nobody's hero. He's a card-carrying villain by trade, a thief and sorcerer just trying to make a dishonest buck in Sin City. He doesn't have to go looking for trouble, though: trouble finds him. Surviving by his wits, he does his best to save the day (if he absolutely has to), save his own skin (preferably), and beat the odds on his way to the next big score.

The Long Way Down (Daniel Faust #1) 7.00   2
Redemption Song (Daniel Faust #2) 7.50   2
The Living End (Daniel Faust #3) 7.50   2
A Plain-Dealing Villain (Daniel Faust #4) 9.00   2
The Killing Floor Blues (Daniel Faust #5) 9.00   2
The Castle Doctrine (Daniel Faust #6) 9.50   2
Double or Nothing (Daniel Faust #7) 9.50   2
The Neon Boneyard (Daniel Faust #8) 9.00   2
The Locust Job (Daniel Faust #9) 10.00   1
The White Gold Score 7.50   2

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