An ancient order of knights wages a hidden war against demons, monsters, and dark cults. Each Valducan knight is sworn to a holy weapon imbued with a unique power and each has their own story to tell.
DÄMOREN (Valducan #1): 2014
Fourteen years ago a pack of wendigos killed Matt Hollis’ family and damned his soul. Now, Matt is a demon hunter armed with a holy revolver named Dämoren.
HOUNACIER (Valducan #2): 2015
Eleven years ago, atheist Malcolm Romero met a god. Now he’s a demon-hunting voodoo priest armed with a holy machete named Hounacier.
IBENUS (Valducan #3): 2016
After surviving a demon attack, disgraced police detective Victoria Martin tracks down the Valducans in search for answers. Despite the warnings of the other knights, Allan Havlock, protector of Ibenus, takes her in as his apprentice.
REDEMPTOR (Valducan #4): 2018
In the war against demons, there are weapons on both sides. Monsters aren’t born, they’re forged.
Adventures from the Valducan Archives. Each story is first-person tale of a knight’s encounter with demons.
The Serpent’s Army: 2015
Hungry Eyes: 2016
Raid on Wewelsburg: 2016
The Vampire of Somerset: Coming Eventually
7 thoughts on “Valducan Series”
Will there be a book 5 and more in the Valducan series? Or has the journey ended? Great stuff! Thank you!
I’ve taken a break from it to work on other projects, but I’m not planning to end the series for a while.
Please writ on as soon as possible. I’m hooked
Thank you for this wonderful series! I haven’t enjoyed urban fantasy this much in a while… Hoping to read more of the core series soon!
I love the Valducan series. one of my favorite series in urban fantasy. cant wait to read the next book in the series.
Your series is fantastic! Been listening to them on audible back to back. I can’t put it down, and R.C. Bray does an amazing job with your character’s. Hope you keep up with the series, and thank you for the world you have brought to your fans with this series.
Hey Seth, just finished Redemptor and I’ve gotta say I’ve been loving the series. I’m a former military guy, and everything about the combat sequences, from that mix of fear and excitement to how clunky and hot the kit feels in the heat of the moment, all feels hugely authentic. Plus the characters feel like real, reasonable people, who make reasonable mistakes that they make efforts to correct. I enjoy a lot of the relationships, especially between Matt and Mal–despite the usual ‘blood brothers’ tropes, I’ve had plenty of dudes I’d trust with my life in a fight but don’t particularly like. I’ve never been a big fan of Urban Fantasy, so it’s pretty unique that I’ve enjoyed Valducan as much as I have.
It seems like a universe that’s really ripe for stuff like an RPG or at least plenty of fan stories–someone can make a character, then pick a (probably archaic) weapon and a power for it, then go. I’m thinking I might try to get my group to run it in something like FATE
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