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Joe McKinney is a homicide detective for the San Antonio Police Department. When he's not solving murders, he spends his time writing horror and mysteries and exploring the Texas Hill Country with his family.

Genres: Horror
 
Series
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Middletown (with Brent Abell, Shawn Chesser, Mike Evans, Jaime Johnesee, John O'Brien, Armand Rosamilia, Eric A Shellman, Eric A Shelman, G G Silverman, Heath Stallcup, Mark Tufo, Jack Wallen, Peter Welmerink and Jay Wilburn)
2. Middletown Apocalypse (2015)
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Series contributed to
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Anthologies edited
Dead Set (2010) (with Michelle McRary)
Demonic Visions 50 Horror Tales (2013) (with Matt Drabble, Patrick Freivald, Robert Friedrich, Raymond Gates, K Trap Jones, Sydney Leigh, Rick McQuiston, Adam Millard, Jeani Rector, Chris Robertson, Mark Slade, Rob Smales, Jeffrey Thomas and A R Wise)
     aka Demonic Visions 50 Horror Tales
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Non fiction
Zombie Writing! (2012) (with Richard Lee Byers, Jeremiah Coe, W D Gagliani, David Moody, Armand Rosamilia and Tim Waggoner)
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Awards
Bram Stoker Best Novel nominee (2012) : Inheritance


Joe McKinney recommends
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Unbound and Other Tales (2010)
David Dunwoody
"Its been too long since a book raised the hairs on the back of my neck, but the stories in Unbound did just that. A truly outstanding collection."
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Remains of the Dead (2011)
(Of The Dead, book 2)
Iain McKinnon
"Absolutely superb."
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Pavlov's Dogs (2012)
(Pavlov's Dogs)
D L Snell
"A masterwork."
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Kill-Off (2014)
John F D Taff
"Kill-Off is a tightly written, dark descent into the world of the contract killer. I haven't been sucked into the mind of a murderer so convincingly since Theodore Sturgeon's Some of Your Blood. John F.D. Taff hits this one out of the park."
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Toxicity (2014)
Max Booth III
"Max Booth III is a star on the rise!"
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Ship of the Dead (2014)
(Omega Days, book 2)
John L Campbell
"Nobody writes an urban battle scene quite like[Campbell]."

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