The Ironspell Chronicles Series
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Book 1 — That Dragon was in No Way My Fault
Bob Ironspell-Cabas, known as Ironspell, is a rookie officer on his third day in the Denver Police Department Supernatural Unit or DPDS. His partner and mentor takes him to the Denver Zoo, thinking that it’ll be a good training opportunity. Instead, they discover a deranged sorcerer has let loose a dragon from the Supernatural portion of a new exhibit called, “The Magical Zoo.”
With a crazied sorcerer and a pissed-off dragon on the loose, Ironspell must use his knowledge and his magic to stop both. Otherwise, Denver is in for some serious trouble. What’s more, sorcerer has taken hostages and threatens to feed them to the werewolves in the Lycanthrope House.
The problem is Ironspell isn’t exactly a wizard — he learns his spells by reading magazines like Popular Wizardry. Can Denver and the Denver Zoo survive Ironspell’s attempts to save the day?
Book 2 — A Date with a Werewolf
Bob Ironspell-Cabas, AKA Ironspell is a wizard cop who just can’t get any breaks. When he goes to pick up the werewolf girl of his dreams for a first date, he discovers a rival werewolf gang has attacked the Denver Wolfpack headquarters and kidnapped five female werewolves, including his girlfriend. Time is of the essence when it comes to werewolf kidnappings, so Ironspell heads out in search of the rival pack. Only they may not be the ones who kidnapped his date…
Book 3 — Alchemist Rules
Bob Ironspell-Cabas isn’t your typical Denver cop. He has a vicious chicken, a tiny house that is bigger on the inside, and has gone through five partners in the Denver Police Supernatural Division in a month. As he tells it, that dragon was in no way his fault.
Trolls aren’t city dwellers. So, when a troll starts causing trouble in Washington Park, it doesn’t make sense. What was that troll doing there? What Ironspell uncovers is far more sinister than just a troll looking for new digs. He discovers his past and how some creatures won’t let bygones be bygones.
The fate of the human race depends on a newbie cop who gets his latest spells from the magazine, Popular Wizardry. There’s something in the air…and it will kill you.
Book 4 — Elfshot
Officer Bob “Ironspell” Ironspell-Cabas has just saved the world, which is why he needs to do it again. You’d think the Earth would stay out of trouble, but no… Now Ironspell is called while off duty to rescue some trapped tourists in a mine, only to discover a new evil plot by the Dark Elves. Now, his friends are stricken with a deadly disease that once ravaged civilizations that has now been supercharged to strike with an even deadlier force for the express purpose of starting a pandemic on Earth. Can Ironspell find the stash of Elfshot–the deadly disease arrows of the Dark Elves–before a power-hungry warlord can implement his sinister plan?
Book 5 — The Trouble with Bats
Warning: Pranking Vampires Can Be Hazardous to Your Health on Halloween
Bob “Ironspell” Ironspell-Cabas is a police officer, but back when he was in college, his buddy, Droid, and he decide to prank the Vampires in the nearby town of Highlands Ranch, Colorado for Halloween. Droid runs an exterminator business on the side, so when they decide to release the bats as the prank, they discover they’ve captured a vampire along with the flying rodents. To make matters worse, Ironspell sees the girl of his dreams under the glamour of a vampire. Can Ironspell and Droid escape the zombies and vampires of Highlands Ranch or are they destined to become zombie chow?
Book 6 — Wolfsbane
What Happens in Valhalla Stays in Valhalla
When Bob Ironspell-Cabas aka Ironspell, the cop with magic, gets invited to crash a party in Valhalla, how can he resist? Only he discovers that not everyone is happy with Odin and now Fenrir, the murderous wolf of Ragnarok is missing. And werewolves are being targeted on Earth, presumably as retaliation for Fenrir’s disappearance. But not everything is as it seems and more than just the Norse pantheon is interested in preventing the Apocalypse. Can Ironspell find Fenrir before the gates of Hel open while still trying to get the hang of his new promotion to wizard in the Denver Wizard Task Force (DWTF)?
Book 7 — Oathbreaker
While trying to rescue Fenrir, Ironspell is betrayed by one of his friends, and set up to die at the hands of the ruthless fallen angels, known as the Watchers. But the Watchers’ plans don’t go…well, as planned. Ironspell escapes and decides to free Fenrir, the Wolf of Ragnarok, even if it means going up against Odin and the rest of the Norse pantheon.
Who in the hell breaks into a dungeon? Ironspell knows this isn’t his smoothest move, but he has promised to keep Fenrir safe. Only, the dungeon is possibly more than he ever bargained for…
Book 8 — Winter of Our Discontent
Winter Has One Last Chance
Vetr, aka Winter, the son of Frost Giant nobility, is a total screw up when it comes to acting like a proper Jotun. When he gets tired of the abuse at home, he leaves to make his way in the world, and to find his relatives who might help him. Only he’s given a challenge: be the Jotun he was born to be or become exiled for eternity.
Book 9 — Hellfire
Going to Hell in a Handbasket
Demons from Hell, known as the Watchers, have kidnapped Ironspell’s mom, Sabine. They want to trade her for Fenrir, the Wolf of Ragnarok, who is destined to consume Odin and a large part of the Earth, presumably to start Armageddon. Ironspell receives aid from some of the most unlikely places, including a new partner who isn’t what he appears to be.
But the Watchers have a far more devious plan than anyone imagines. And Ironspell and his friends find themselves caught between the Armies of Heaven and Hell in a deadly battle.
Sheesh, the things you have to do to rescue your mom.
Book 10 — Yes, Ironspell, There is a Santa Claus
The Krampus is kidnapping children. Santa makes an unscheduled stop to ask Ironspell and his Jotun partner, Vetr, for help. Together, they must visit Hel to gain entrance to the Krampus’ stronghold. But can they rescue the children and stop the Krampus from enacting his dastardly plan?
Book 11 — Frost and Fire
Hell on Earth
Ironspell returns home only to discover 30 supernaturals hanging from trees and light posts near his home with the sinister message that this is the work of the Cult of the Messiah. Apparently, neither he nor his friends can get a break, especially when the Cult of the Messiah’s leader summons a creature so powerful that Ironspell isn’t sure anything can defeat it.
Dealing with a Normal uprising and a nameless creature from the Void wasn’t in the Denver Wizard Task Forces’ rookie handbook — assuming they had a handbook — but Ironspell; his daemon friend, Tuzren; his official DWTF Jotun partner, Vetr; and his unofficial Elven partner, Elryn, are back in action to stop the Cult of the Messiah from starting a Normal/Supernatural war. Only, some wars may have already begun, and the only thing that stands in the way of a total apocalypse is a cop who gets his spells from magazines…
Book 12 — The Daemon in the Details
It’s Hell Being a Daemon
Tuzren the daemon was happy living on his home plane of Onoys — until Faust summoned him. Due to the disparity between the two timelines, his life becomes a real mess at home, but Earth is no picnic either. He’s forced to obey Faust’s every whim, or suffer excruciating pain.
Tuzren has something unusual in most daemons: a code of honor. Of sorts. And Faust has just crossed the line.
Book 13 — The Name of the Daemon
What Do You Do If Your Best Friend is Possessed By a Daemon?
And what if your best friend is already a Daemon?
Ironspell can’t get any breaks. The only way he can save not only the Earth, the Universe, and the Multiverse is to find out the Name of the Daemon. He must learn how to use his Namer powers. Only, he doesn’t know how. To make matters worse, his new Templar powers are driving him insane and killing him. And the angelfire he wields is the only thing that harms the Void Daemon. No pressure there.
It’s a race against time against the Void Daemon who is disguising itself as the New Messiah from Heaven. Can Ironspell figure out how to use his magic before the Void Daemon devours everything? Time is not on his side. Or is it?
Book 14 — The Last Templar
Ironspell Rushes in Where Angels Fear to Tread
It’s so like Ironspell to accidentally become the last Templar, only to find out that Heaven has a job for him to do: namely find Lucifer. You see, Lucifer has fled Hell and is now trying his hand at becoming the President. Problem is, Lucifer is in a place no angel would dare step foot in: namely the virtual reality world of the Enchanted Forest. So, they’ve decided to send Ironspell in to do their dirty work.
Ironspell would probably give this a pass, except for three things. First, he’s bound to one of Heaven’s Guardians, who also happens to carry a piece of Ironspell’s soul. If he refuses, the Guardian would disappear, and that would probably kill him. Second, if he doesn’t get this whole angelfire thing resolved, it will drive him insane. Third, he’s really not fond of Lucifer and thinks having the Devil as the US president would be a Bad Idea.
But things are not always as they seem, and the Enchanted Forest is fraught with danger. Can Ironspell use his powers as the last Templar to find Lucifer?
Book 15 — Technomage
Devil May Care
While following up a lead on Lucifer’s whereabouts, Ironspell, Vetr, Ulf, and Droid stumble onto a Cult of the Messiah rally. The Cult is there to reclaim lands owned by the Vampires and their followers. When a large spell prevents them from casting, Droid discovers the only way out is through his technomage skills. He must figure out what to do before his friends become the first victims of a plot to kill all magic users.
Book 16 — Fallen Angel