The world is lying to you. Is that news? It must be very upsetting.
Richard Fitcher found it upsetting.
He’s a witch hunter who doesn’t believe in witches, and tonight he’s
taking a reporter and her cameraman on a witch hunt. He’s all ready to jazz it
up with spooky noises and a gimmicky magic ritual that locates witches.
People like that kind of crap, right? But there’s a problem.
It worked this time.
So now Richard is forced to call up old knowledge and power he didn’t
believe to be real, challenging things that crawled out of the pit, if he has any
hope of surviving the night. But this loser might actually find some
value—the pit does have a tendency to shave off your uneven edges—if it
doesn’t kill you.
Either way, it’s a lovely night for a witching.
Winner of the 2018 Raven Award for best Horror / Psychological Thriller!
“…fresh blood in the urban fantasy…” –Pophorror
“A ‘Big Splash‘ First Book.” –Briansbookblog
“…classic supernatural horror thriller with a relentless narrative drive that gives us a terrifying ghost, monsters out of Robert E. Howard, Japanese folklore, Lovecraftian transformations, and one of the most truly frightening warlocks in all of Gothic literature, in addition to sly dark humor and an appeal to courage and empathy distressingly rare in this kind of fiction.” –Leigh Clark, author of The Feeding, Blood Sabbath, Evil Reincarnate, and Shock Radio.
“J.Z. Foster is destined for great things.” –Undivine Interventions
“…Foster’s complex and vivid writing style, Witch Hunter also falls into the genre of supernatural horror thriller.” – Bibliophilia Templum
“This book is easily a 5-star read for me. I cant wait to read more of J.Z. Foster and I encourage you ALL to check out this book! You know what they say… IT’S A LOVELY NIGHT FOR A WITCHING!” – FindingMontauk1
“Richard is a surprisingly relatable character, and I hope to see him in more books.” – Book.Happy
“I’m a big fan of horror comedy, and J.Z. Foster has proven that he is a deft hand at the genre. Parts of this novel are laugh out loud funny, and I found myself laughing quite a bit.” – Gows33
- “Move over Stephen King. There is a new voice in horror in town.”
- “A fabulous journey into a world of supernatural beings.”
- “This book is humorous, creepy, scary and suspenseful all in one.”
- “An absolute thrill ride from start to finish. An occult centric book sprinkled with bits of comedy and horror, Witch hunter had me hooked!”
- “The main character Richard reminded me of an adult version of the gang from Stranger Things.”