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Brian Keene


USA flag (1967 - )

Brian Keene is a two-time Bram Stoker Award winning horror author, first in 2001 for his non-fiction work Jobs In Hell and then again in 2003 for his debut novel, the post-apocalyptic zombie tale The Rising. In 2004, he won the Shocker Award for his non-fiction work Sympathy For the Devil. His other novels include Dead Sea, Ghoul, City of the Dead, Terminal, The Conqueror Worms, Fear Of Gravity, and more. Several of his books and stories have been optioned for film, video game and comic book adaptations.
 
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Deadliest of the Species (2001)
Michael Oliveri
"...This is one hell of a knuckle-turner. [Oliveri's] debut novel has all the makings of a classic. If you wish you had discovered Stephen King with Carrie, then don't wait to buy this one. Get it now!"
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The Bleeding Season (2003)
Greg F Gifune
"Greg Gifune is one of the absolute best voices in dark fiction."
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Dragged Into Darkness (2003)
Simon Wood
"Simon Wood is a powerful new voice in the art of dark storytelling. His prose is surreal, unique...and disturbing. The stories in this collection will indeed drag you into darkness - and you'll love every minute of it! A promising debut from a future master of terror."
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The Last Motel (2005)
Brett McBean
"The Last Motel is fun; a thrilling, white-knuckled suspense read. Mcbean's voice is one that should be heard - a hint of Laymon and Koontz, yet distinctly his own. Genuinely creepy stuff!"
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The Summer I Died (2006)
(Roger Huntington Saga, book 1)
Ryan C Thomas
"A tense, bloody ride!"
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The Freakshow (2007)
Bryan Smith
"Bryan Smith serves up a feast of good old-fashioned horror."
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Dying To Live (2007)
(Dying To Live, book 1)
Kim Paffenroth
"A high-octane thinking man's horror novel with beautiful and gruesome imagery."
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The Desert (2007)
Bryon Morrigan
"The Desert has more dangerous twists and sinister turns than Richard Nixon on crystal meth. When the end comes, all I need is a fifth of whiskey, a loaded handgun, and a copy of this book."
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Found You (2008)
(Hollower, book 2)
Mary SanGiovanni
"Mary SanGiovanni is one of my favorite authors."
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River Runs Red (2008)
Jeffrey J Mariotte
"One of the best storytellers in the business."
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Water Witch (2008)
Deborah LeBlanc
"LeBlanc's prose is smooth, quick and as darkly beautiful as the midnight bayou."
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Solomon's Grave (2009)
Daniel G Keohane
"Daniel G. Keohane has crafted a tense, intricate thriller that will appeal to fans of The Da Vinci Code... Solomon's Grave is a creepy, intense read that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I loved it!"
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Reservoir Gods (2009)
Brian Knight
"Say hello to horror's next big thing."
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The Devil Next Door (2009)
Tim Curran
"The Devil Next Door is dynamite! Visceral, violent, and disturbing!"
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Phantom (2009)
Paul Tremblay and Sean Wallace
"An outstanding anthology... Haunting, provocative and immensely enjoyable."
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Just Like Hell (2011)
Nate Southard
"Realistic and unflinching in it's brutality."
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All-Monster Action! (2012)
Cody Goodfellow
"Compulsive, breakneck reading!"
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This Dark Earth (2012)
John Hornor Jacobs
"This Dark Earth is, quite simply, the best zombie novel I've read in years. Breathes some much-needed new life into the dead."
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Bio Melt (2015)
Carlton Mellick III
"The literary equivalent of putting your brain in a blender."
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The Terminal (2016)
Amber Fallon
"A fun debut sure to appeal to fans of J.f. Gonzalez."
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Hex-Rated (2017)
(Brimstone Files, book 1)
Jason Ridler
"Deliciously uncomfortable, wonderfully gritty, and a worthy successor to the occult detectives of old."


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