Levi Staker, Monster Enthusiast

Levi Staker was raised in the church to do one thing. Kill the evils of this world.
 
He is actually one of many. Employed by the Vatican to fight for God's will on Earth.
 
Levi Staker wasn't really concerned about his well being, his day to day life, or really anything at all. The only thing he wanted to do was his job. Which was to hunt monsters.
 
Now he has found himself in the middle of a wager between God and Satan. In order to prevail he must protect a 12-year-old girl named Lilly.
Throw into the mix a mysterious drifter, vampires, trolls, and demons and I hero will be lucky to see another sunrise.
 
Will Levi's prayers be answered or will he end up discussing it personally with God when he gets to Heaven?
 
Find out as Levi Staker takes on the Headliner's wager.
Synopsis
Levi Staker was raised in the church to do one thing. Kill the evils of this world.
 
He is actually one of many. Employed by the Vatican to fight for God's will on Earth.
 
Levi Staker wasn't really concerned about his well being, his day to day life, or really anything at all. The only thing he wanted to do was his job. Which was to hunt monsters.
 
Now he has found himself in the middle of a wager between God and Satan. In order to prevail he must protect a 12-year-old girl named Lilly.
Throw into the mix a mysterious drifter, vampires, trolls, and demons and I hero will be lucky to see another sunrise.
 
Will Levi's prayers be answered or will he end up discussing it personally with God when he gets to Heaven?
 
Find out as Levi Staker takes on the Headliner's wager.
Richard Griffith is a half crazy Alaskan, who spends the long winter's nights pounding away on his keyboard, thinking he is creating readable work.

This book is a quick and fun read. There's action with some pretty funny quips mixed in (I love it when authors do that). The characters are well developed and likeable. Two of the things I like most about this book is that the dialog is witty and relevant and the characters are smart and effective.
I highly recommend this book.