Read the first two chapters here, or download the PDF.
However, a psychic has already seen the future: as the sun comes up, the terrorists will strike, and Tepes will die. The team has one night to prevent this prophecy from coming true, but the psychics of Hex Division are never wrong...
My debut novel, Hexcommunicated, is an urban fantasy thriller set in a world of cybernetic werewolves, undead spies, and Lovecraftian terrorists.
Praise for Hexcommunicated:
"The female characters are awesome -- Zheng is capable, strong, dangerous, all probably more so than Nick... I loved this book. It started well and just got better. There's no element to it I didn't like, there's very little I would change and there's very little that could force me to put it down until I'd read the very last page. I love the characters, Iove the world, love the concept, love the messages, love the inclusion, love the pacing, love the action -- just love this book. And I can't wait to read the rest of the series -- and I hope there are many many more to come." (Fangs for the Fantasy review)
"This was an awesome read. End of review. ;-) Okay, I'll elaborate for the curious... As well, the world-building is incredibly creative and clever. Coming from an author who has written video games, I would expect the tight action and inventive characters, but what proved a real treat was the emotion Chandler wove into the story. And yes, there was even a teeny bit of romance and some bits of feelings about that relationship from the hero's POV." (VampChix review)
"Even though fundamentally he is a killer with various personality problems Tepes still managed to make me worry about the outcome of his day -- he's supposed to die according to a psychic vision. I don't give spoilers though so don't ask what happens... As Blackadder might say, this book twists & turns like a twisty-turny thing, but it's fun & exciting and you should totally go buy it." (Troll in the Corner review)
And there are more reviews at Goodreads!
Coming in early 2013:
Hextermination: Agent Tepes, Book 2