- Publisher: Falstaff Books
They are the first line of defense against the things that go bump in the night.
They are the keepers of a centuries-old legacy of The Church defending the world against the forces of darkness.
They are a bunch of highly armed rednecks, internet video celebrities, soccer moms, and assorted broken nutjobs.
They are the new Templars, and things are about to get weird.
From the pages of Bubba the Monster Hunter comes a new series featuring the Hunters from around the United States hunting down monsters, fighting off supernatural baddies, and making life really, really bad for the things that hunt people.
He’s Mason Dixon, and he’s a bona fide internet celebrity. He has his own video series, a pistol that deserves its own area code, and a high definition video camera, and he’s not afraid to use any of them.
In this introductory urban fantasy novella, we meet Mason, his right hand Emma, his “handler” Noah, his anime-styled hacker friend Himari, and more monsters than you can shake a stick at. Unless it’s a really big stick.
With Mason, it’s always a big stick. This first novella in the series follows Mason through the wilds of Missouri as he hunts down monsters that hunt men, monsters that eat chewing tobacco, and monsters that make pancakes. And there’s moonshine.
And then Bubba the Monster Hunter shows up.
The New Templars novella series is a new series of short novels, similar to BookShots. Mason Dixon – Monster Hunter is the first in the series by popular urban fantasy and steampunk author Eric R. Asher.
Available on Apple Books (ebook), Barnes & Noble (ebook), Amazon (ebook and print), Kobo (ebook), Audible (audio) and Apple Books (audio).
“Eric R. Asher must live on adrenaline and caffeine because there is NO WAY a “normal” person could have this vivid an imagination and still be able to sleep at night! This book is FUN! Mason and his camera person Emma, get into some of the most insane situations while out hunting monsters, yet they still manage to escape and usually have a good laugh at some point in their escapade. The book is well written from a grammar Nazi point, the characters are believable but still a bit out there and the plot is original, imaginative, and addictive.” – Bea in Georgia
“Well, there goes another night without sleep. My suggestion: read this book during the day, really early, so you can finish before bed… then be prepared for a lot of dreams, because you are going to want to keep the excitement of this book going. So many crazy adventures crammed into one book… I LOVED IT!” – SBurdorf