A Prescription for Delirium (Van Helsing Organization)
Our friend Noree Cosper wrote a gripping story about the Van Helsing descendants. Check it out!
Praise for “A Prescription for Delirium”:
“I feel that Cosper has a vast understanding of the supernatural world, its history, and an imagination to alter it to her needs. That is a key strength of this novel. There are also a variety of horror elements in here from delusions to “real” horrific scenes battling demons. Cosper has established a series that will be on my to be read list for years to come.” -Rob Zimmermann @ A Life Among the Pages
“Cosper displayed a wealth of knowledge about the underworld and supernatural beings. She was believably able to develop a vast world of different hierarchies and complex creatures.” -Lauren @ A Write to Review
Ninety years ago, Gabriella di Luca promised to protect the family of her dying lover. She failed to keep that promise. She was too far away to stop the devil that murdered the eldest Van Helsing son. Years later, Gabby learns the devil has resurfaced. She arrives in Hampton, TX, determined to stop the devil before it can lay a bloody hand on the remaining three brothers.
However, madness is spreading through Hampton. She suspects the devil is using this madness to test a drug which has a side effect of demonic possession. Gabby rushes to end the source of the madness only to fall victim to it. For a woman cursed with eternal life, dying is no threat. However, Gabby must stop the devil’s plot or risk losing her most precious possession: her mind.
” It was really hard each time I had to put this book down, as the adventure and conflict in this story kept me riveted. It’s a good sign in my book when every time I learn more about a character it makes me hungry to learn more. Good stories take you on adventure, true, but amazing characters (such as we have here) are what make you remember that adventure and what make a story go from good to great.” -Rebecca Hamilton
“Cosper does an amazing job of making me feel for every one of her characters. The three Van Helsing men, Esais, Adrian, and Tres could easily have been robotic and one-dimensional. Yet with Cosper’s writing, I was instantly drawn to each of them. One aspect I found most compelling is how each brother is dealing with the burden of their own secrets.” -Jessica Fortunato
“The story is compelling and Cosper displays quite a talent for pacing and flow. She readily draws from a deep knowledge of demonology and other dark and twisted subjects to infuse her villains with legitimate evil. It’s pure fiction, but it reads like fact. And damn good fact, at that.” -Thomas Winship