One Bad Week
Jonathan Crowley is having a bad time of it. He’s too busy for anyone’s good, dealing with calls from beyond the grave, demons that refuse to stay dead, the very creature that murdered his wife and children, and a few spirits that have unfinished business with the Hunter. The past comes back to haunt the man who gives monsters their nightmares in a series of encounters that deal with Crowley’s past losses and even his occasional victories, but any way you look at it, Jonathan Crowley is having One Bad Week. Now the question is who will survive to talk about it later?
Praise for ONE BAD WEEK
“Sometimes you fall in love with a book, or a series of books, and sometimes it is one particular character that is as unforgettable as your child’s face. For me, that character is, was, and probably always will be James A. Moore’s Crowley. Jonathan Crowley, immortal, somewhat enigmatic, and always vital to the narrative, no matter how brief his appearance may be.”
— Madelon Wilson
“One Bad Week by James A. Moore is a wonderful, fun, scary, creepy, icky, great read. Reading about Rufo the Clown is dark (clowns scare me — thanks Pennywise and Rufo!), and about Crowley, the Hunter of things that go bump in the night, made my skin crawl in a good way. Moore is an amazing writer; he can describe things to make you feel the cool of New England, taste the funnel cake at a fair, or make your heart race as Rufo comes for you. So worth a read!”
— Laura J. Hickman