Cover Reveal

Hey, everyone, here’s a sneak peek at the cover art for Die and Stay Dead, the sequel to Dying Is My Business!


There might still be a tweak or two before it’s considered final, but what do you think of this scene of Trent facing down some demons in a smoky New York City alley?

What’s it about? Funny you should ask! Here’s a teaser:

A brutal murder in Greenwich Village puts Trent and the Five-Pointed Star on the trail of Erickson Arkwright, the last surviving member of the Aeternis Tenebris doomsday cult. The cult believed the world would end on New Year’s Eve of 2000. When it didn’t, they decided to end it themselves by summoning Nahash-Dred, a powerful, terrifying demon known as the Destroyer of Worlds. But something went wrong. The demon massacred the cult instead, leaving Arkwright the sole survivor. Now, hiding somewhere in New York City with a new identity, Arkwright is planning to summon the demon again and finish the job he started all those years ago. As Trent rushes to assemble the pieces of a long-lost artifact that may be the only way to stop him, the clues begin to mount that Arkwright’s nefarious history and Trent’s forgotten past might be linked. And if they are, it means the truth of who Trent really is may lay buried in the twisted mind of a madman. (Not final copy.)

Also in this book, Trent gets a girlfriend! (Sorry, Trent and Bethany ‘shippers.)

Die and Stay Dead is scheduled to hit bookstore shelves September 30. That’s still quite a ways away, but in the meantime you can already pre-order the paper edition here. The e-book edition will be available closer to the pub date.

Haven’t picked up a copy of Dying Is My Business yet? Maybe these awesome reviews will change your mind!

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