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Jonathan Maberry


USA flag (b.1958)

Jonathan Maberry is a New York Times best-selling and multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning horror and thriller author, magazine feature writer, playwright, content creator and writing teacher/lecturer. His books have been sold to more than a dozen countries. 
 
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Jonathan Maberry recommends
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Dead City (2006)
(Dead World , book 1)
Joe McKinney
"One of those rare books that starts fast and never ever lets up. . . a rollercoaster ride of action, violence and zombie horror."
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Breach the Hull (2007)
(Defending the Future, book 1)
Mike McPhail
"[Breach the Hull] kicks down the doors in a way that allows anyone access to the genre[ . . . ] it read like a bunch of soldiers sitting around swapping stories of the wars. Fun, fast-paced, and packed with action. I give it a thumbs up."
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The Desert (2007)
Bryon Morrigan
"It's fun, fast-paced, and deliciously creepy."
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The Suicide Collectors (2008)
David Oppegaard
"David Oppegaard's THE SUICIDE COLLECTORS is a wonderfully creepydebut novel filled with unnerving twists and turns! Unsettling, bleak, and dangerous."
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Drummer Boy (2010)
(Sheriff Littlefield, book 2)
Scott Nicholson
"Always surprising and always entertaining."
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Beneath the Dark Ice (2010)
(Alex Hunter, book 1)
Greig Beck
"Buckle up... this is going to be a hell of a ride."
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Dismember (2010)
Daniel Pyle
"With Dismember, Daniel Pyle joins the select group of authors who can provide real chills and genuine surprises. Taut, weird, and intriguing."
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The Infection (2011)
(Infection, book 1)
Craig DiLouie
"Brilliant and terrifying!"
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Can You Survive the Zombie Apocalypse? (2011)
(Can You Survive the Zombie Apocalypse?, book 1)
Max Brallier
"Creepy, chilling, and lots of nasty fun! Max Brallier gives the pick-your-own-adventure genre a devious and very adult twist."
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Pray To Stay Dead (2011)
Mason James Cole
"A brutaly entertaining collision of zombie thriller and grindhouse action. Not for the faint of heart!"
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Zombie, Ohio (2011)
(Zombie , book 1)
Scott Kenemore
"A delicious slice of undead Americana... Definitely take a bite out of this one!"
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Torment (2011)
Jeremy Bishop
"Jeremy Bishop takes a terrifying bite out of the zombie genre with TORMENT. This is a dark and devious post-apocalypting thrill-ride!"
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Empire's End (2011)
(Empire, book 2)
David Dunwoody
"A POWERFUL NEW CHAPTER IN AN EPIC SERIES OF ZOMBIE THRILLERS. ENDLESSLY ENTERTAINING."
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Sick (2011)
(Project Eden , book 1)
Brett Battles
"SICK is a a gem of an outbreak story that unfolds like a thriller movie and never lets up all the way to the last page. Absolutely my favorite kind of story!"
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Reckoning for the Dead (2011)
(Sweet Justice, book 4)
Jordan Dane
"Jordan Dane crafts nail-biting thrillers with plots that twist and turn and double-back to bite the unwary."
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Help! Wanted (2011)
Peter Giglio
"HELP! WANTED is a rollicking, creepy, crazy, and thoroughly unnerving collection of work-related horror stories by the cream of today's horror crop. Each story is as stingingly fresh as a razor cut!"
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Cemetery Girl (2011)
David Bell
"With the psychologically twisted CEMETERY GIRL, David Bell moves into dark territory and stakes his claim as a writer to watch. An entertaining and wicked thriller. Consider me a fan."
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Prepare to Die! (2012)
Paul Tobin
"Paul Tobin gives us all of the thrills of super-hero action while spinning a very human tale of mortality and justice, Insightful, fun, and brilliant."
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Devil's Den (2012)
Don Helin
"DEVIL'S DEN is a fast-paced, globe-trotting action thriller that hits the target with every shot."
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I Saw Zombies Eating Santa Claus (2012)
S G Browne
"S.G. Browne is one of today's very best authors."
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Send Me a Sign (2012)
Tiffany Schmidt
"Bittersweet, magical and heartbreaking."
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The Weaponer (2014)
Eric S Brown
"Brown reloads the zombie genre for a tale of action, heartbreak and adventure."
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Jericho's Razor (2014)
(Jericho Sands, book 1)
Casey Doran
"A killer debut novel. Smart, vicious, insightful and clever, Casey Doran has staked his claim as a new powerhouse thriller writer."
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The Montauk Monster (2014)
Hunter Shea
"shea combines ancient evil, old school horror, and modern style."
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Deadout (2014)
(Carrick & Watkins, book 2)
Jon McGoran
"A powerful new voice in thriller fiction. McGoran has the chops to become one of the greats!"
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Girls on Film (2014)
(Vengeance )
Gregg Olsen
"A brilliant nailbiter. Highly recommended."
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Slimy Underbelly (2014)
(Dan Shamble, Zombie PI, book 4)
Kevin J Anderson
"Two decaying thumbs up!"
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Reign of Evil (2014)
(SEAL Team 666, book 4)
Weston Ochse
"A wild blend of nail-biting thriller action and out-of-the shadows horror. This is the supernatural thriller at its most dynamic. Perfect!"
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The Cain Prophecy (2015)
(Lilitu Trilogy, book 3)
Toby Tate
"...A compelling blend of high-octane action and creepy thrills. Scary dynamic and thoroughly entertaining!."
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The Infusion of Archie Lambert (2016)
Thom Reese
"The Infusion of Archie Lambert is a creepy nail-biter of a thriller, devious, surprising and rapid-fire. It's a killer."
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Red Right Hand (2016)
(Mythos War, book 1)
Levi Black
"Red Right Hand is a perfect blend of old-school horror and modern storytelling sorcery."
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Cyclops Road (2016)
Jeff Strand
"A masterful storyteller. His writing is always fresh compelling, funny, frightening, and inventive."
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The Rains (2016)
(Rains, book 1)
Gregg Hurwitz
"A brilliant, terrifying, rule-breaking reimagining of the zombie novel, Hurwitz pulls no punches and takes no prisoners."
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Stranded (2016)
Bracken MacLeod
"As brilliant as it is disturbing. Bracken MacLeod joins the ranks of today's top horror writers."
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San Diego Horror Professionals Vol 2 (2016)
David Agranoff, Robert Essig, Bryan Killian, Chad Stroup, Ryan C Thomas and Anthony Trevino
"Original and very creepy tales!."
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The Evaporation of Sofi Snow (2017)
(Evaporation of Sofi Snow, book 1)
Mary Weber
"Mary Weber spins a compelling tale with lyrical beauty and devious twists. THE EVAPORATION OF SOFI SNOW is the kind of book teens and adults will devour and talk about - endlessly."
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Nothing Left to Lose (2017)
(John Cleaver, book 6)
Dan Wells
"Brilliant! Full of unforgettable characters, Creepy thrills, and dangerous twists you won't see coming."
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The Spawn of Lilith (2017)
(Lilith , book 1)
Dana Fredsti
"One of today's edgiest new writers."
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The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions (2017)
(Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu, book 1)
Lois H Gresh
"THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEADLY DIMENSIONS is a wild, exciting and thoroughly satisfying collision of otherworldly horror and deductive reasoning. So much fun!"
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The Dead of Night (2017)
(Piper Blackwell Mystery, book 2)
Jean Rabe
"The Dead of Night has plenty of twists and turns, Highly recommended!."
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The Exodus (2017)
(Saga of Davi Rhii, book 3)
Bryan Thomas Schmidt
"Breathes dynamic new life into the space genre."
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Awakened (2018)
James S Murray and Darren Wearmouth
"AWAKENED is a good old-fashioned monster story with devious new twists. Creepy and disturbing in all the right ways!"
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Island of Bones (2018)
(Haunted Florida, book 1)
Gaby Triana
"A devious mystery with plenty of dark secrets."
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Black Swan Rising (2018)
Lisa Brackmann
"A raw and masterful mystery thriller that explores the real darkness of the human soul."
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The Chrysalis (2018)
Brendan Deneen
"Creepy, powerful, wonderfully twisted."

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