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Jonathan Maberry is a multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author, magazine feature writer, playwright, content creator and writing teacher/lecturer. His novels include Ghost Road Blues (winner of the Stoker Award for Best First Novel in 2006), Dead Man's Song, Bad Moon Rising, and Patient Zero. He writes The Black Panther comic for Marvel, as well as a variety of projects involving Wolverine and Spider-Man. Rot & Ruin is his first book for young readers.
This very talented writer has delivered an incredibly powerful zombie-dystopian novel that's both full of action and yet surprisingly touching too. Rot & Ruin was his first in this series and was incredibly well received so if you've yet to read it then start with that title or you'll be missing out but don't miss Dust & Decay, his second. Beny Imura is back. As with the first book in this great series, Dust & Decay is an action adventure read that never lets up. Readers will find themselves once more immersed in Benny's world and gripped from the first line.
Nearly fourteen years ago a freak virus swept across the world turning those infected from the living into the undead. Benny Imura has grown-up never knowing anything different; his last memories of his parents tainted by the image of them becoming zombies. Now Benny is fifteen, and his brother Tom wants him to join the family business and train as a zombie killer. The last thing Benny wants is to work with Tom --- but at least the job should be an easy ride. Then the brothers head into the Rot and Ruin, an area full of wandering zombies, and Benny realises that being a bounty hunter isn't just about whacking zombies. As he's confronted with the truths about the world around him, Benny finds his beliefs challenged and makes the most terrifying discovery of all, that sometimes the worst monsters you can imagine, are human...
A short story from New York Times bestselling author!In "e;Plan 7 from Sin City,"e; a 1950s seedy Las Vegas PI is hired to follow a philandering husband who may be selling atomic secrets to the Reds. This noir science fiction parody is a prequel to the worst movie of all time, Plan 9 from Outer Space.
In this short story from New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry, a reporter accompanies a special ops team on a dangerous mission against space pirates.
In this short story from New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry, Edgar Allan Poe's brilliant amateur detective, Auguste Dupin, is called in to investigate a savage murder perpetrated by an invisible killer.
A short story from New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry!In "e;The Death Song of Dwar Guntha,"e; two old warriors prepare to ride into battle for the last time to save the future of Barsoom. Set in the world of Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter of Mars, this story first appeared in the anthology Under the Moons of Mars.
Sam Hunter is a bit of an animal. He's a former Twin Cities cop who lost his badge because of excessive force. Abusive husbands, child molesters, and other lowlifes wound up looking like they'd been mauled by a dog ... or a wolf.Now Sam's a low-rent PI in Philadelphia. He takes the kinds of cases no one wants. His clients are usually on the fringes of society. The kind who are prey for all manner of predators-human and otherwise.When Sam takes on a client they become part of his "e;pack,"e; and no one protects their own better than a werewolf. At least, the kind of werewolf like Sam, who comes from a long, long line of Benandanti-also known as "e;the hounds of God."e;In this short story from New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry's The Sam Hunter Collection, Sam tries to rescue an abused woman from her vampire ex-husband.
In this short story written exclusively for Blackstone Audio, originally published in the collection Tales from the Fire Zone, New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry brings us a tale of drugs, Haitian mysticism, and revenge.
Set in Pine Deep, the small town featured in Ghost Road Blues, Dead Man's Song, and Bad Moon Rising, this is a chilling psychological ghost story. This story was previously published in the collection Tales from the Fire Zone.
From New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry comes a psychological thriller about a little girl whose imaginary friends are guiding her through the process of becoming a serial killer. This story originally appeared in the anthology Killers and has been reprinted many times, including in the collection Tales from the Fire Zone.
Starring Sherlock Holmes, this tale is based on a real-life ghost story from West Virginia. The basis of the story comes from a court case in the nineteenth century in which the testimony of a ghost was entered into evidence, leading to the conviction of a murderer. Jonathan Maberry has thrown Holmes and Watson into the mix for added punch. This story was originally published in the collection Tales from the Fire Zone.
In this exclusive zombie story written especially for Blackstone Audio, Jonathan Maberry brings you zombies as you've never seen them before. It is a tale told with humor and rich storytelling. This story was previously published in the collection Hungry Tales.
From New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry comes a downbeat psychological drama set in the bleak wastelands a few years after the zombie apocalypse. This short story was originally published in the collection Hungry Tales.
From bestselling author Jonathan Maberry comes a zombie story involving a couple of idiot moonshiners, a comet, gangsters, zombies, and the Great Chicago Fire. This story was previously published in the collection Hungry Tales.
From New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry comes a semi-sequel to Dead of Night in which four army reservists are assigned to hold a small rural bridge during the early days of the zombie apocalypse. This short story was previously published in the collection Hungry Tales.
Previously published in the collection Hungry Tales, "e;Calling Death"e; is a nonviolent zombie story set in Appalachia. With humor and rich storytelling, Jonathan Maberry brings you zombies as you've never seen them before.