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Lee Murray

Lee Murray is an award-winning writer of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. She lives with her family in the Land of the Long White Cloud where she conjures up stories for readers of all ages from her office on the porch.

Genres: Horror, Fantasy
New Books
December 2022

The King Must Fall
Series contributed to
Anthologies edited
   At the Edge (2016) (with Dan Rabarts)
   Te Korero Ahi Ka: To Speak of the Home Fires Burning (2018) (with Grace Bridges, Aaron Comption and Aaron Compton)
   Timegate to Tomorrow (2018) (with Grace Bridges and Piper Mejia)
   Hellhole (2018)
   Trickster's Treats #3 (2019) (with Marie O'Regan)
   Write Off Line: Scary Tales (2020)
   Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women (2020) (with Geneve Flynn)
Lee Murray recommends
Beat The Devil (2020)
(Cryptid Force Six, book 2)
Lucas Pederson
"A mismatched team are pitted against an impossible adversary in this chilling military action thriller. Pederson puts his foot to the pedal and never lets up!."
Cradle of Death (2020)
Matt James
"Matt's novels need a pause button. They do not stop!."
Eight Cylinders (2020)
Jason Parent
"Set in the mountainous desert just outside Sin City, Jason Parent's Eight Cylinders is a wild mix of Fury Road, Dante's Inferno, and Lovecraftian horror. Whip-fast and oozing darkness - monster lovers won't be able to resist this slick little read."
Empire of Blood and Sand (2021)
(Jael Crowfeeder, book 1)
Alister Hodge
"With Empire of Blood and Sand, a monstrous tale of betrayal, blades, beasts, and bloodlust, Hodge proves his mettle as a master of military sword and sorcery. Jael Crowfeeder is the hero we all need right now."
Dance Among the Flames (2022)
Tori Eldridge
"Eldridge wields her darkest magic yet in this sensual and richly layered novel of poverty, privilege, and power. Vibrant and brutal, DANCE AMONG THE FLAMES is a cultural triumph."
Moonless Nocturne (2022)
Hank Schwaeble
"A classic ahead of its time..."
Ragman (2023)
JG Faherty
"Night at the Museum meets Law & Order in Ragman, the action-packed supernatural crime-noir from horror master JG Faherty. Conjuring ancient secrets, and with a body count that is out of this world, Ragman blends history and myth in a gritty procedural that severs bone and sears skin. Outstanding."
Sister, Maiden, Monster (2023)
Lucy A Snyder
"A mutant hybrid of weird science and cosmic horror, Sister, Maiden, Monster is deliciously cerebral and unflinchingly feminist. Violently beautiful, this novel is a tale for our times. Resounding."

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