Wednesday, August 24, 2011

"The Greatest TV Show That's Not On the AIr"

We got a terrific review from Exploitation Retrospect for THE DEAD MAN: FACE OF EVIL. They say, in part:
If you're anything like me – a card-carrying HorrorDadTM who fits in his reading time between pre-school drop-off/pick-up, meals, swim lessons, exercising, grocery store trips and the like – FACE OF EVIL (and the other Dead Man books I'll be reviewing soon) gets my highest recommendation. The book is short and fast-paced, but never feels rushed, and you'll find yourself looking for any excuse to bang out the next chapter. And, like an adaptation of the greatest tv show that's not on the air, the end will leave you wanting more. NOW! 

Monday, August 22, 2011

CLAN released!

Harry Shannon here, author of  #6 in the series, The Dead Man: Kill Them All!

My new one is out, a horror/thriller called CLAN. It is $3.99 on Kindle.

They have been among us for thousands of years. One mysterious gene they carry lies dormant—until they change. Joe Case is an ex-cop searching for the man who humiliated his sister. Kelly McCammon is a Hollywood executive running from the Russian mob. Destiny leads them to tiny Salt Lick, Nevada…A town under siege.

"CLAN is a thriller with a genuine bite. Once Harry Shannon gets his claws in you he will not let go! Highly recommended."
—Jonathan Maberry, New York Times Bestselling author of Patient Zero and Dust & Decay

Saturday, August 20, 2011

DEAD MAN #5: BLOOD MESA Will Give you a Bookgasm

The good folks over at Bookgasm really enjoyed The Blood Mesa. They say, in part:

These DEAD MAN books are coming out as fast as possible, never allowing the readers to catch a breath. And that is a good thing. Especially with the fifth entry, THE BLOOD MESA, which goes from 0 to 60 really quick.
[...]Author James Reasoner never lets up with the action or tense moments. There is plenty of ax-swinging to go around, and again, more of the Mr. Dark mythos of the series in full effect, showing that Dark has been around a lot longer than believed. Reasoner really lets loose with the gore and throws in a human sacrifice to cap things off.This is actually the shortest so far for the DEAD MAN series, but readers will not feel cheated since once the action kicks in, it does not stop until the last page. “Bring on book six!” is all I can say.