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* GenreSavvy: Morris has first-hand family history to prove to him that supernaturals exist, and what does and does not work against them.


* {{Badass}}: Hannah Widmark. Watched supernatural nasties hurt and kill her family. And woke up from thrall, then became a walking RoaringRampageOfRevenge for herself and any victim who wants to hire her.


** Also in ''Evil Ways'', Quincey, Libby and Hannah seek out a man named Frank who owns a quiet little joint, The Ouroboros Bar & Grille. Upon leaving, Hannah exchanges a fist bump with Frank, along with the words, "This is Who We Are" ({{Millennium}}).

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** Also in ''Evil Ways'', Quincey, Libby and Hannah seek out a man named Frank who owns a quiet little joint, The Ouroboros Bar & Grille. Upon leaving, Hannah exchanges a fist bump with Frank, along with the words, "This is Who We Are" ({{Millennium}}).(''Series/{{Millennium}}'').


* DamselInDistress: Libby ends up in mortal peril once a book so Quincey can ride to the rescue, but she subverts it by trying to rescue herself when she can.



* DistressedDamsel: Libby ends up in mortal peril once a book so Quincey can ride to the rescue, but she subverts it by trying to rescue herself when she can.



* FollowThatCar: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by a cabbie who thinks the person making the request is joking with him.

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* FollowThatCar: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by a cabbie who thinks the person making the request is joking with him.



* ParanormalInvestigation.

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* ParanormalInvestigation.ParanormalInvestigation



* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend / [[SheIsNotMyGirlfriend He's Not My Boyfriend]] Multiple times a book.

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* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend / [[SheIsNotMyGirlfriend He's He Is Not My Boyfriend]] Boyfriend]]: Multiple times a book.



* VictoriasSecretCompartment: Subverted! Libby doesn't use the, er [[IncrediblyLamePun breast pocket]], she instead keeps a charged [[spoiler: wand up her vagina]] for emergencies and when her body is unoccupied due to astral projection.

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* VictoriasSecretCompartment: Subverted! Libby doesn't use the, er [[IncrediblyLamePun [[{{Pun}} breast pocket]], she instead keeps a charged [[spoiler: wand up her vagina]] for emergencies and when her body is unoccupied due to astral projection.


*** A pair of [[ProfessionalKiller Hit Men]] named Winter and Kittredge stalk and kill white witches. These names are the aliases used by Detroit "torpedoes" Wint and Kidd in the Literature/JamesBond novel ''DiamondsAreForever''.
** In ''Sympathy for the Devil'', a politican makes a speech at Bannerman High School in Castle Rock, Maine, setting of many of StephenKing's stories.

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*** A pair of [[ProfessionalKiller Hit Men]] named Winter and Kittredge stalk and kill white witches. These names are the aliases used by Detroit "torpedoes" Wint and Kidd in the Literature/JamesBond novel ''DiamondsAreForever''.
''Literature/DiamondsAreForever''.
** In ''Sympathy for the Devil'', a politican makes a speech at Bannerman High School in Castle Rock, Maine, setting of many of StephenKing's Creator/StephenKing's stories.


** They then proceed to a supernatural-aware bar that is designed to dissipate magical energy released on the property, and that has been declared neutral ground to the supernatural community. The Clincher? It's run by a man named Mac. Practically the only difference between the two stories is that in this one Mac does talk.

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** *** They then proceed to a supernatural-aware bar that is designed to dissipate magical energy released on the property, and that has been declared neutral ground to the supernatural community. The Clincher? It's run by a man named Mac. Practically the only difference between the two stories is that in this one Mac does talk.



*** In ''Sympathy for the Devil'', a politican makes a speech at Bannerman High School in Castle Rock, Maine, setting of many of StephenKing's stories.

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*** ** In ''Sympathy for the Devil'', a politican makes a speech at Bannerman High School in Castle Rock, Maine, setting of many of StephenKing's stories.

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*** In ''Sympathy for the Devil'', a politican makes a speech at Bannerman High School in Castle Rock, Maine, setting of many of StephenKing's stories.

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* DemonicPossession: How demons prefer to operate to accomplish their goals.

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* EyeScream: A possession victim rams her fingers into the eyes of one of the priests performing an exorcism on her, destroying them completely.


* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Quincey actually has a phobia for actual snakes, as such. Libby's is for bats.

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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Quincey actually has a phobia for actual snakes, after being bitten by one as such.a child. Libby's is for bats.


*** A pair of [[ProfessionalKiller Hit Men]] named Winter and Kittredge stalk and kill white witches. These names are the aliases used by Detroit "torpedoes" Wint and Kidd in the ''Literature/JamesBond novel ''Literature/DiamondsAreForever''.

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*** A pair of [[ProfessionalKiller Hit Men]] named Winter and Kittredge stalk and kill white witches. These names are the aliases used by Detroit "torpedoes" Wint and Kidd in the ''Literature/JamesBond Literature/JamesBond novel ''Literature/DiamondsAreForever''.''DiamondsAreForever''.


*** Libby and Quincey are stalked by [[ProfessionalKiller Hit Men]] Charlie and Lee, who strongly resemble the eponymous characters of the 1964 film [[The Killers]]. Charlie's dying words to Libby, "Lady, I haven't got the time," are almost identical to the character's last line in the film.

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*** Libby and Quincey are stalked by [[ProfessionalKiller Hit Men]] Charlie and Lee, who strongly resemble the eponymous characters of the 1964 film [[The Killers]].''The Killers''. Charlie's dying words to Libby, "Lady, I haven't got the time," are almost identical to the character's last line in the film.



* SpinOffspring: Quincey Morris is the several generations removed grandson of the Quincey Morris who faced Literature/{{Dracula}}.
* TelecomTree: The white witches in "Evil Ways" bring one to action when they perceive a threat against them, although theirs is magical.
* ThemeNaming: The novels in the series are song titles. The first two are by Carlos Santana, the second two are by the Rolling Stones, and the fifth one is by Maria Muldaur.

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* SpinOffspring: Quincey Morris is the several generations removed great grandson of the Quincey Morris who faced Literature/{{Dracula}}.
* TelecomTree: The white witches in "Evil Ways" ''Evil Ways'' bring one to action when they perceive a threat against them, although theirs is magical.
* ThemeNaming: The titles of the novels in the series are from song titles. The first two are by Carlos Santana, the second two are by the Rolling Stones, and the fifth one is by Maria Muldaur.


** In ''Evil Ways', Quincey, Libby and Hannah seek out a man named Frank who owns a quiet little joint, The Ouroboros Bar & Grille. Upon leaving, Hannah exchanges a fist bump with Frank, along with the words, "This is Who We Are" ({{Millennium}}).

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** In Also in ''Evil Ways', Ways'', Quincey, Libby and Hannah seek out a man named Frank who owns a quiet little joint, The Ouroboros Bar & Grille. Upon leaving, Hannah exchanges a fist bump with Frank, along with the words, "This is Who We Are" ({{Millennium}}).


** They Then proceed to a supernatural aware bar that is designed to disapate magical energy released on the property, that has been declared neutral ground to the supernatural community. The Clincher? It's run by a man named Mac. Practically the only diference between the two stories is that in this one Mac does talk
** In ''Evil Ways', Quincey, Libby and Hannah seek out a man named Frank who owns a quiet little joint, The Ouroboros Bar & Grille. Upon leaving, Hannah exchanges a fist bump with Frank, along with the words, "This is Who We Are" {{Millennium}}.

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** They Then then proceed to a supernatural aware supernatural-aware bar that is designed to disapate dissipate magical energy released on the property, and that has been declared neutral ground to the supernatural community. The Clincher? It's run by a man named Mac. Practically the only diference difference between the two stories is that in this one Mac does talk
talk.
** In ''Evil Ways', Quincey, Libby and Hannah seek out a man named Frank who owns a quiet little joint, The Ouroboros Bar & Grille. Upon leaving, Hannah exchanges a fist bump with Frank, along with the words, "This is Who We Are" {{Millennium}}.({{Millennium}}).


* ''Sympathy for the Devil'' (coming soon)

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* ''Sympathy for the Devil'' (coming soon)Devil''
* ''Play With Fire''
* ''Midnight at the Oasis''



** In ''Evil Ways''
*** Quincey, Libby and Hannah seek out a man named Frank who owns a quiet little joint, The Ouroboros Bar & Grille. Upon leaving, Hannah exchanges a fist bump with Frank, along with the words, "This is Who We Are" [[Millennium]].

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** In ''Evil Ways''
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Ways', Quincey, Libby and Hannah seek out a man named Frank who owns a quiet little joint, The Ouroboros Bar & Grille. Upon leaving, Hannah exchanges a fist bump with Frank, along with the words, "This is Who We Are" [[Millennium]].{{Millennium}}.



* ThemeNaming: The novels in the series are song titles. The first two are by Carlos Santana, and the upcoming Sympathy for the Devil is by the Rolling Stones.

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* ThemeNaming: The novels in the series are song titles. The first two are by Carlos Santana, and the upcoming Sympathy for the Devil is second two are by the Rolling Stones.Stones, and the fifth one is by Maria Muldaur.

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