Hitmen and Hexes

Nathanial “Voodoo” Laversett and Hunter Green live in their motorhome, travelling the country, investigating the paranormal.

Their wealthy connections mean their leisurely life doesn’t rely on the British Government sending them on dangerous missions. They stick to the regular ghost sightings and mystery bumps in the night. Voodoo isn’t the average witch, and Hunter isn’t a typical werewolf, but between them they get by. They have everything they need, except love. But who would love two rejects who are still running from their pasts? Hitmen and Serial killers might be their only options.

Book 1: Hexes and Heartache

coming 28th August 2022

Voodoo and Hunter are sent to investigate the Lincolnshire Poacher. The radio station “The Lincolnshire Poacher” has been silent since 2006, but a week ago, it sent one last transmission. The geographical location of a rundown B&B of the same name.

Voodoo is instantly drawn to the baby-faced landlord, but Hunter is more drawn to the hitman trying to kill him. In a case where only one can come out on top, both men are left fighting for their lives and their hearts.

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Book 2: Curses and Convicts

coming 28th September 2022

The Russian Doll is called on for one last case. Voodoo, Hunter and Doll must go undercover in prison and convince a man known only as Glass Eye to give up his informant.

Three men go in, and three men will come out. A fact that pulls at a heartless man’s heartstrings with Voodoo falls in love with an innocent man.

The biggest question is which three will leave and who will be the one left behind.

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Book 3: Charms and Chocolate

coming 28th October 2022

It's not easy living together in the tiny motor home, and tempers start to fray. But the four men only have to survive until their purchase of the ghost house goes through. read more

Book 4: Potions and Pack

coming 28th December 2022

Finally, the pack of four find themselves a home. A run down ghost house as worn as they are. But it is a place to call home, somewhere to lay roots. Somewhere to be a pack.