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Jonathan Maberry

USA (1958 - )

1. Dead of Night (2011)
1.5. Chokepoint (2011) (in Hungry Tales)
2. Fall of Night (2014)
Bad Blood
1. Bad Blood (2014)
1. The Orphan Army (2015)
1. Ghostwalkers (2015)

Graphic Novels
Series contributed to
Anthology series
Anthologies edited
Non fiction

Short stories
Chokepoint (2011)

Bram Stoker Best Novel nominee (2006) : Ghost Road Blues
Bram Stoker First Novel winner (2006) : Ghost Road Blues
Bram Stoker winner (2007) : The Cryptopedia: A Dictionary of the Weird, Strange, and Downright Bizarre

Jonathan Maberry recommends
Dead City
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."
Breach the Hull
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."
The Desert
The Desert (2007)
Bryon Morrigan
"It's fun, fast-paced, and deliciously creepy."
The Suicide Collectors
The Suicide Collectors (2008)
David Oppegaard
"David Oppegaard's THE SUICIDE COLLECTORS is a wonderfully creepy debut novel filled with unnerving twists and turns! Unsettling, bleak, and dangerous."

Drummer Boy (2010)
(Sheriff Littlefield)
Scott Nicholson
"Always surprising and always entertaining."

Beneath the Dark Ice (2010)
(Alex Hunter, book 1)
Greig Beck
"Buckle up... this is going to be a hell of a ride."

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."

The Infection (2011)
(Infection, book 1)
Craig DiLouie
"Brilliant and terrifying!"

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."

Pray To Stay Dead (2011)
Mason James Cole
"A brutaly entertaining collision of zombie thriller and grindhouse action. Not for the faint of heart!"

Zombie, Ohio (2011)
(Zombie , book 1)
Scott Kenemore
"A delicious slice of undead Americana... Definitely take a bite out of this one!"

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!"

The Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notebooks from the Apocalypse (2011)
Steven C Schlozman
"With THE ZOMBIE AUTOPSIES, Steven Schlozman redefines 'weird science' for the 21st Century. Brilliant, bizarre and wonderfully disturbing."

Empire's End (2011)
(Empire, book 2)
David Dunwoody

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!"

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."

Help! Wanted: Tales of On-The-Job Terror (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!"

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."

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."

Devil's Den (2012)
Don Helin
"DEVIL'S DEN is a fast-paced, globe-trotting action thriller that hits the target with every shot."

I Saw Zombies Eating Santa Claus (2012)
S G Browne
"S.G. Browne is one of today's very best authors."

Send Me a Sign (2012)
Tiffany Schmidt
"Bittersweet, magical and heartbreaking."
Read The End First (2012)
Adrian Chamberlin and Suzanne Robb
"READ THE END FIRST is a wonderful collection of devious and inventive tales about the end of the world. The apocalypse has never before been this much fun!"

The Weaponer (2013)
Eric S Brown
"Brown reloads the zombie genre for a tale of action, heartbreak and adventure."

Secret Assault (2014)
Don Helin
"Secret Assault is a turbo-charged political thriller packed with mad-biting tension, breathless action and devious plot twists. Highly recommended."

Suffer the Children (2014)
Craig DiLouie
"A wild and edgy apocalptic thrill-ride... Craig Dilouie wears dark magic with a story definitely not for the faint of heart."

The Montauk Monster (2014)
Hunter Shea
"shea combines ancient evil, old school horror, and modern style."

Deadout (2014)
Jon McGoran
"A powerful new voice in thriller fiction. McGoran has the chops to become one of the greats!"

Girls on Film (2014)
(Vengeance )
Gregg Olsen
"A brilliant nailbiter. Highly recommended."

Slimy Underbelly (2014)
(Dan Shamble, Zombie PI, book 4)
Kevin J Anderson
"Two decaying thumbs up!"

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!"

Grunt Traitor (2015)
(Task Force Ombra, book 2)
Weston Ochse
"Weston Ochse is the new voice of action science fiction."

Tortures of the Damned (2015)
Hunter Shea
"Old-school horror."

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