NetGalley ARC: SERVANT by J.S. Bailey—Book 1 in the critically acclaimed edge-of-your-seat suspense series about demons

For fans of the Odd Thomas series by Dean Koontz
The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher


Book 1 in the Chronicles of Servitude Series

Bobby Roland, a socially awkward psychic who foresees disasters, spends his days fighting evil and driving out demons from the possessed in Oregon and beyond while battling inner demons of his own.

Praise for J.S. Bailey

“…a fast-paced thriller all the way to the final period of the final sentence…” — G.S. Jennsen, author of Starshine [advance praise for the upcoming release Solemnity, book 4 in the series]

“…imaginative, expert and deeply chilling.” —Tosca Lee, New York Times bestselling author of The Progeny [review of Ordinary Souls]

“a solid novel filled with suspense and intrigue…and a twist ending that most readers will never see coming.” — [review of Rage’s Echo]


Discover the critically acclaimed suspense series readers love and are comparing to the Odd Thomas series and The Dresden Files.




Book reviewers and bloggers interested in reviewing the book may request a digital ARC of Servant. ARCs are available through NetGalley and at the publisher’s website.

Title: Servant

Series: The Chronicles of Servitude, book 1
Author: J.S. Bailey
Genre: Suspense / Supernatural
Publisher: BHC Press

Available Formats:
Hardcover, 978-1-948540-97-1, $27.95, 384 pages
Trade Softcover, 978-1-946848-08-6, $15.95, 360 pages
Ebook, $5.99

LCCN: 2017938467


Discover the thrilling world of suspense by J.S. Bailey. Click here to learn more.

Jennifer_Bailey.jpgJ.S. Bailey enjoys writing eerie tales of the supernatural that keep readers on the edges of their seats. She has published six novels and twenty short stories, with more on the way. Bailey is fond of long walks in the woods, British television, and lots of burritos. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband and cats.


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