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Infernal Night: Michael Quinn vs. Repairman Jack

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Infernal Night: Michael Quinn vs. Repairman Jack

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Nov 4, 2014


In this short story from the thrilling anthology FaceOff, bestselling authors Heather Graham and F. Paul Wilson—along with their popular series characters Michael Quinn and Repairman Jack—team up for the first time ever.

Jules Chastain, the last surviving member of a wealthy New Orleans family, has a problem. And he’s hired Repairman Jack to fix it.

It seems that Chastain “appropriated” an artifact from a fellow collector, Madame de Medici, and she wants it back. But the item—an ancient ring—is located somewhere in the family mausoleum and Chastain is too terrified of the wrath of his enemies to even leave his house to look for it. Meanwhile, Michael Quinn, himself a bit of an independent contractor, is waiting in the mausoleum when Jack arrives. And it’s Quinn—whose day job at The Cheshire Cat curiosity shop in New Orleans has made him familiar with mystical objects—who tells Jack that they are dealing with more than just a ring. They’re dealing with one of the Seven Infernals. Which means a simple retrieval job just got much more dangerous.

For more exciting pairs, check out all eleven short stories in FaceOff!
Nov 4, 2014

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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Heather Graham has written more than a hundred novels. She's a winner of the RWA's Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Thriller Writers' Silver Bullet. She is an active member of International Thriller Writers and Mystery Writers of America. For more information, check out her websites: TheOriginalHeatherGraham.com, eHeatherGraham.com, and HeatherGraham.tv. You can also find Heather on Facebook.

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Infernal Night

Heather Graham and F. Paul Wilson

From the anthology FaceOff

Simon & Schuster

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Repairman Jack is one of fiction’s most unique characters. F. Paul Wilson created him in 1984’s The Tomb—an urban mercenary who hires himself out to fix problems the system can’t or won’t deal with. The Tomb became a huge success. Despite that, though, Paul did not write the second Repairman Jack novel until fourteen years later. Why? He says he was afraid Jack would take over his writing career. Finally, in 1998, Jack returned for what Paul said at the time was Just one novel.

But then he did another. And another.

Twenty-two novels later it’s safe to say that Repairman Jack definitely took over Paul’s writing career.

But that’s okay.

Both writer and character came to deeply know each other.

Heather Graham is a publishing dynamo with over one hundred novels to her credit. Romantic suspense, historical romance, vampire fiction, time travel, occult, even Christmas holiday fare. You name it, she’s written it. But Heather’s at her best when she blends a bit of paranormal with real, human evil. And while Heather has been best known in recent years for her Krewe of Hunter novels, her Cafferty and Quinn series has long been simmering in the back of her mind. Let the Dead Sleep (2013) began the first adventure for Michael Quinn and Danni Cafferty, followed by Waking the Dead.

Michael Quinn is a special kind of guy. College football hero, too popular for his own good—eventually an excessive lifestyle causes his death in a hospital emergency room. Brought back to life by a crew of doctors, Quinn becomes a new man, never sure of exactly what he brought back with him from the dead. After meeting up with Danni Cafferty—who’s just inherited her father’s unique curio shop—Quinn finds that Danni will need everything he can give her when she starts collecting on her own. Quinn is much like Paul’s Repairman Jack. Not bound by any rules that conventional law enforcement agents obey. Sure, he knows where the line is drawn, he just chooses to ignore it.

So how did this collaboration start?

Heather had an idea that involved Michael Quinn and a mausoleum containing a mysterious artifact. The problem? Repairman Jack works almost exclusively in New York City, so Paul had to come up with

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