Wednesday, April 17, 2013

"Kill Whitey," by Brian Keene

Lonely Larry Gibson meets Sondra, a beautiful exotic dancer, and life seems good... until his friends start dying, and Larry finds himself on the run from the cops, the Russian mob, and a seemingly invincible madman.

Bestselling author Brian Keene delivers another gripping dark crime novel in "Kill Whitey." Save $4 today and get this for 99 cents!

Kill Whitey, by Brian Keene

“Keene is a virtuoso writer.” –Fangoria

“The enormity of Keene’s pulp horror imagination is both rare and wonderful.” –Publishers Weekly

“Brian Keene delivers yet another masterpiece”—Maximum Horrors on Conqueror Worms

“Keene’s name should be up there with King, Koontz and Barker. He’s without a doubt one of the best horror writers ever.” –The Horror Review

“Brian King is the next Stephen King.” —The Horror Review on The Rising

Kill Whitey
by Brian Keene

From bestselling author Brian Keene comes another novel of dark crime and the supernatural, in the tradition of Terminal...

Larry Gibson longed for something different from his days as a dock worker and his lonely nights spent drinking with his friends.

When Larry meets Sondra Belov, a beautiful exotic dancer, he finally gets some excitement in his life, too much excitement.

Now, Larry's friends are dying and he's on the run from the cops, the Russian mob, and a seemingly invincible madman.

And if Larry wants to live another day, he'll have to figure out a way to kill Whitey...

KILL WHITEY... how can you kill someone who cannot die?


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Meet the Author

BRIAN KEENE is the author of over thirty books, including Darkness on the Edge of Town, Dead Sea, Urban Gothic, Ghoul and The Rising. He has also collaborated on novels with J.F. Gonzalez and Nick Mamatas. He also writes comic books such as The Last Zombie, Doom Patrol and Dead of Night: Devil Slayer. His work has been translated into German, Spanish, Polish, Italian, French and Taiwanese. Two of his works -- Ghoul and The Ties That Bind -- have been adapted for film. Keene's work has been praised in such diverse places as The New York Times, The History Channel, The Howard Stern Show, CNN.com, Publisher's Weekly, Fangoria, and Rue Morgue Magazine.

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