A shapeshifting demon is bumping off Crimson Seal’s biggest clients in gruesomely unpleasant ways. All of them seem to have links to the biggest anti-spectral organization in the city, which means they had politically powerful human friends and even more supernaturally powerful enemies.
Tim Lovecraft knows this isn’t going to be like any other case he’s been assigned to since joining the Special Investigations Unit. Everyone is going to be watching his progress very closely – and certain unspeakable entities don’t want him to solve it.
In most other respects, Tim’s life is the same. His boss is still a demon with two heads and no regard for the company’s scent-free workplace policy. His bloodsucking vampire brother, Keef, still hasn’t moved out of his apartment. His semi-paranoid friend Stake is still working in security but is now running his own company like a private army prepping for the undead apocalypse. His interfering mother is still trying to set him up with psychics. And his police sergeant girlfriend Tabitha is too busy working her own cases to return his calls.
Tim has also been assigned a trainee, a half-vampire who hates humans with a passion that borders on murderous. As the bodies and insurable losses pile up, Tim isn’t sure who to trust or where to turn for answers.
Like Demonic Indemnity, Infernal Negligence is just another hilariously evil day in the supernatural insurance business.
Fun read. Imaginative plot and story telling with good humor.