Dan O'Shea is one hell of a writer. His short collection OLD SCHOOL is one of my favorite reads in recent memory. He's also a good friend - the first, in fact, from this writing life I was fortunate enough to meet in person. So there's a chance his review of DEAD HARVEST might be a little biased, but that doesn't mean I'll turn it down. Here's a taste:
"...you feel for Sam. As you learn about the choices he made, how he
ended up among the damned, you understand that the lines between right
and wrong are just as blurred in the next life as they are in this one,
that justice is just as imperfect, and that a man, or I guess an ex-man,
who still struggles for redemption even after he’s already eternally
damned, that’s a hero who’s story is worth reading.
If you are an urban fantasy fan, then DEAD HARVEST is sure to be a new favorite. But even if you’re not, I encourage you to give it a shot."
Thanks, Dan. Next beer's on me...