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Selling Poppies, a novella  by Monique Rickard
Selling Poppies

In the realm of Hel, where the Devil Queen holds sway over demons and beasts alike, Solano faces an afterlife-changing decision.

Once a doting husband in the mortal realm, the newly displaced demon struggles with guilt and longing for his pregnant wife. That is until the High King of Summerland offers him a chance to reunite with her, but at what cost?

The price for this reunion is a Faustian bargain - sacrifice hundreds of innocent souls to Hel and lead a legion of demons, all in a bid to overthrow the Devil Queen and return to his true love.

If you enjoyed the dark fantasy and moral dilemmas of "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde, you'll also love Selling Poppies by Monique Rickard.

Don't miss this gripping tale of love, betrayal, and the ultimate choice between damnation and salvation. 

This book contains mature themes, horror, and romance. It is not suitable for a younger, sensitive audience. Horror elements include graphic murder, grief, and possession. 

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