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Formed during the reign of Elizabeth I, the post of the Royal Occultist was created to safeguard the British Empire against threats occult, otherworldly, infernal and divine.

It is now 1920, and the title and offices have fallen to Charles St. Cyprian. Accompanied by his apprentice Ebe Gallowglass, they defend the battered empire from the forces of darkness.

In this third and most harrowing adventure, the Royal Occultist faces a terror with no equal…charged with the safe-keeping of the remains of Dracula, St. Cyprian and Gallowglass depart London and race across Europe in death-defying mission to pass the remains over to those that can hopefully keep and guard them. As one might guess, nothing goes as planned.

If you are looking for rip-roaring adventure combined with supernatural sleuthing, this is your call to board THE INFERNAL EXPRESS…

The Infernal Express, the third book in ‘The Adventures of the Royal Occultist’, is now available from Emby Press. It is available both in electronic format from Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com and other online retailers.

The Infernal Express is  the third book in an ongoing series, featuring Charles St. Cyprian, the Royal Occultist, and his assistant, Ebe Gallowglass, as they battle the forces of evil on behalf of the British Empire.

The book is a sequel to The Whitechapel Demon (2013) and The Jade Suit of Death (2014), but readers don’t need to read them to enjoy this newest adventure, as The Infernal Express serves as an introduction to the world of the Royal Occultist as well as delivering an exciting adventure for new readers and old fans alike to enjoy. For an overview of the Royal Occultist series, visit HERE. If you’ve read the book, and are interested in discussing it, or the world of the Royal Occultist, there’s a dedicated Facebook fanpage.

An excerpt from the next book, The Royal Occultist, coming in 2017, is included with this edition. For more adventures of the Royal Occultist, be sure to check out the Royal Occultist Primer, a collection of free short stories.

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