Rave Review of 100 FATHOMS BELOW in Rue Morgue!

I’m deeply grateful for Monica S. Kuebler’s rave review of 100 Fathoms Below in the November/December issue of Rue Morgue. Here’s a pull-quote:

100 Fathoms Below is great, doing for submarines what Jaws did for sharks and water….The novel succeeds not just for its bloodsuckers, but for its absolutely claustrophobic setting and storytelling….Don’t be surprised if you never want to set foot on a submarine after reading this book.

Don’t forget, 100 FATHOM BELOW is out in paperback now!

The Monsters Among Us

I have a new article online, written with my 100 Fathoms Below co-author Steven L. Kent, over at CrimeReads. It’s called “The Monsters Among Us Are the Most Terrifying of All,” and it looks at six classic literary characters who could rightfully be called monsters in human skin. Is your favorite literary human monster among them? Click the excerpt below and find out!

Forget about Frankenstein’s Monster, the Creature from the Black Lagoon, or even Godzilla. The thrills we get from them may be indisputable, but it’s the knock on the door in the middle of the night, the silhouette of a man waiting at the far end of the alley, or the stranger who’s sitting in your living room when you get home that evokes real terror. It’s the monsters among us that we truly fear.

And don’t forget that 100 Fathoms Below is out in paperback now!

100 FATHOMS BELOW Is Out in Paperback Today!

Today’s the day! 100 Fathoms Below, the bestselling, Dragon Award-nominated deep-sea horror novel I co-wrote with Steven L. Kent, is now available in paperback wherever fine books are sold!

Read the novel Library Journal called, “A solid pick for readers who prefer their horror with acute tension and psychological thrills rather than intense gore,” and This Is Horror called, “An action-packed and exciting page-turner!”

Pick up your copy today at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or your favorite local bookseller!

100 FATHOMS BELOW Nominated for a Dragon Award!

Friends, I’m delighted to inform you that 100 Fathoms Below is up for a 2019 Dragon Award in the Best Horror Novel category!

You can see the full ballot here.

I fully expect Grady Hendrix’s masterful We Sold Our Souls to win, but it’s an honor just to make the ballot. Voting is open to the public, even if you’re not attending Dragon Con, so if you feel like voting for 100 Fathoms Below, please do! Instructions can be found at the link above.

Also, please consider voting for my pal David Mack’s awesome novel The Iron Codex in Best Alternate History Novel!

Thank you for your consideration!

 

 

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