Quotes from Mark of the Demon

Diana Rowland ·  370 pages

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“You’re pretty smart for a Fed.”
“I missed a bunch of questions on the entrance exam on purpose so that I could
get into the agency,”
― Diana Rowland, quote from Mark of the Demon

“Ryan stared at me as I pulled my phone out to see who was calling at this late
hour. “You have the Fraggle Rock theme song as your ring tone,” he said, with a
bemused look on his face. “You are so weird.”
― Diana Rowland, quote from Mark of the Demon

“Greg was a supernice guy and a good tenant.”
“I met him only once, but he seemed pretty cool,” I said. “Of course, the neighbor across the street was convinced he was up to no good.”
“Oh, my God, that racist bitch? I swear, I wanted to rent the place out to a black Jewish gay couple just to piss her off, but then I figured it wouldn’t be fair to the black Jewish gay couple.”
― Diana Rowland, quote from Mark of the Demon

“That was also why I loved being a summoner—there were rules when dealing with demons. Dealing with humans was never simple or straightforward.”
― Diana Rowland, quote from Mark of the Demon

“Well, be thankful that you’re not working tonight. Apparently the night watchman at the wastewater plant found a body.” I leaned against his car. “Unless the guy was killed with a bad check, I doubt I’ll be involved.”
― Diana Rowland, quote from Mark of the Demon

About the author

Diana Rowland
Born place: in The United States
Born date October 20, 2018
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