Buy Jeff Strand for 99 Cents

Horror eBook

Jeff Strand is one of the funniest men writing horror today.

Sure, he can pull out the seriously intense tale such as Pressure but he shines when he takes two great tastes (humor and horror) and combines them until they taste great together.

My first exposure to Mr. Strand was Benjamin’s Parasite. I rarely laugh outloud when I read a book but jeff had me howling.

Two of my favorite characters were a pair of thugs named Joey and Clyde. They were hilarious. So when I heard that Wolf Hunt features two companionable thugs (sadly not Joey and Clyde who couldn’t make it for this book), I was hooked — all the way hooked.

A couple of days ago, Jeff Strand announced that Wolf Hunt was available in various e-book formats. And, in a momentary lapse of sanity, he priced Wolf Hunt and The Sinister Mr. Corpse at just 99 cents!

So I bought two copies of each. One for my Nook and one for a fellow librarian who also enjoys Jeff Strand’s stories. It was the quintessential online impulse buying and it was all I could do not to buy four copies . . . each.

I read Wolf Hunt and it was more fun than Benjamin’s Parasite.

You have a chance to get a copy Wolf Hunt and The Sinister Mr. Corpsefor less than a dollar but only for a short time.

Now is your chance to discover Jeff Strand . . .

Or if you’ve discovered him it’s your chance to increase your Strand library . . .

Or if your library already buckles under the weight of the Strand, it’s your chance to spread the gospel of the wolf and the zombie everywhere.

Jeff Strand's Wolf Hunt is a horror book about a werewolf and two thugs

Wolf Hunt

Author: Strand, Jeff
Cover Art: Lynne Hansen
Format: Digital eBook
Formats: PDF, EPUB and MOBI for Kindle and Mobipocket
Type: Horror Novel
Pub. Date: March 2011
Publisher: Jeff Strand
Original Pub: September 2010 (Hardcover — Dark Regions Press)

Two thugs. One innocent woman. And one VICIOUS frickin’ werewolf.

Meet George and Lou, thugs for hire. The kind of intimidating-yet-friendly guys who will break your thumbs, but be polite about it.

Their latest assignment is to drive across Florida to deliver some precious cargo to a crime lord. The cargo: a man in a cage. Though Ivan seems perfectly human, they’re warned that he is, in fact, a bloodthirsty werewolf.

George and Lou don’t believe in the supernatural, but even if they did, it’s daytime and tonight isn’t the full moon. Their instructions are straightforward: Do not open the cage. Do not reach into the cage. Do not throw anything into the cage. And they don’t.

Unfortunately, Ivan doesn’t play by the usual werewolf rules, and the thugs find themselves suddenly responsible for a ferocious escaped beast. One who can transform at will. One who enjoys killing in human form as much as he enjoys killing as a monster.

If George and Lou want to save their careers, dozens of people, and their own lives, they need to recapture him. Because Ivan the werewolf is in the mood for a murder spree . . .

From Jeff Strand, the three-time Bram Stoker Award nominated author of Pressure, comes this action-packed, blood-soaked tale of werewolf terror! online bookstore March 2011 (Kindle — Jeff Strand)
Smashwords online bookstore March 2011 (ebook — Jeff Strand)
Jeff Strand's The Sinister Mr. Corpse is a horror book about a werewolf and two thugs

The Sinister Mr. Corpse

Author: Strand, Jeff
Cover Art: Lynne Hansen and Jim Morey
Format: Digital eBook
Formats: PDF, EPUB and MOBI for Kindle and Mobipocket
Type: Horror Novel
Pub. Date: February 2011
Publisher: Jeff Strand
Original Pub: February 2007 (Hardcover — Dilirium)

Zombies . . .

Sometimes they rise from the grave, hungering for human flesh . . .

Sometimes they’re created by a mad scientist intent on forming an unstoppable army of the undead . . .

Sometimes the zombie plague is transmitted by a horrific virus . . .

. . . and sometimes, they’re resurrected in front of millions of viewers as part of a live primetime television special.

This is the story of Stanley Dabernath, zombie. A regular guy who dies, is brought back to life as a ghastly walking cadaver, and becomes the international sensation hailed by the press as The Amazing Mr. Corpse.

Fame! Wealth! Groupies! Despite his ghoulish appearance, Stanley finds himself living the dream.

But in many ways, it’s harder to be a celebrity than a zombie. The suits behind Project Second Chance want to tell him how to behave in public. It’s difficult to enjoy a simple restaurant meal in peace. There’s constant pressure coming at him from all sides — not to mention that many people consider him a vile blasphemy that should be erased from existence.

And does Project Second Chance have Stanley’s best interests in mind, or is the real reason behind his reanimation something much more . . . sinister? online bookstore February 2011 (Kindle — Jeff Strand)
Smashwords online bookstore February 2011 (ebook — Jeff Strand)

A quick thank you to The Book Zombie for reminding me of Joey and Clyde’s names.

Comments on this entry are closed.

  • Rabid Fox Mar 17, 2011

    Cool. I had a chance to read Benjamin’s Parasite recently, with a review to appear on my own blog in the coming weeks. I’ve had Dweller, Wolf Hunt, & Pressure on my wish list for at least a year now. So, since I’m hesitant to send any money towards Dorchester Publishing, a 99 cent ebook for Wolf Hunt sounds like a great consolation.

    • The Undead Rat Mar 24, 2011

      Hiya Rabid Fox,

      I hear you about Dorchester. It’s too bad they seem to have the ebook rights to Pressure and Dweller. Of course, to the uninformed they would seem to have the ebook rights to Brian Keene’s book and we both know they do not. So, maybe Jeff will be able to get the rights back and put them out himself.

      I hope he does.

      Thanks for dropping by,

  • Matt Bradshaw Mar 18, 2011

    I’ve been reading a lot of good things about Strand lately but I’ve yet to read one of his books. That price is far too good to pass up, so I’ve just downloaded both from Smashwords. Thanks for the tip.

    • The Undead Rat Mar 24, 2011

      I agree Matt,

      This was too good a deal to pass up on. I’m glad you took advantage and got your copies. Let us know here in comments what you thought of them. I’d be very interested to hear about your reading experience.

      Thank you for reading,

  • Jeff Strand Mar 18, 2011

    If I had the power to knight people (which, unfortunately, I do not) you would SO be knighted!

    • The Undead Rat Mar 24, 2011

      Hello Jeff,

      First, I’m sorry for taking so long to reply to you. It was difficult to come up with a comment that didn’t sound like a gushing fanboy.

      So let me just say, “Thank you for Wolf Hunt. It was a Hell of a lot of fun.”

      Thank you for reading and commenting,