“Bram Stoker Award winner Tim Waggoner consistently delivers the goods when it comes to hard-hitting horror fiction, with compelling characters and dangerous horrors at every turn. “
When Jayce’s 20-year-old daughter Emory goes missing, he seeks the assistance of a strange woman named Nicola to guide him through Shadow, a dark and bizarre world, parallel to our own reality. Fighting raging killers, murderous sex-toys, dog-eaters, and a mysterious entity called the Harvest Man, Jayce takes it all on in his desperate search for Emory. And no matter what kind of curve ball Shadow tosses his way, he will not give up.
He’ll do whatever it takes to get his daughter.
Even if it means becoming worse than the horrors in Shadow.
Why we’re excited about this book:
Bram Stoker Award winner Tim Waggoner consistently delivers the goods when it comes to hard-hitting horror fiction, with compelling characters and dangerous horrors at every turn. His output during the last eighteen years has been massive, with close to forty novels and three short-story collections. His Supernatural tie-in novels take the Winchester brothers beyond the screen, and that’s just one franchise of media tie-ins he has worked with. The Mouth of the Dark, part of the Fiction Without Frontier series of novels by Flame Tree Press, releases 6 September 2018, and you can pre-order your copy right now.
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