Ragman

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Pub Date 10 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 01 Feb 2023

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If you love a great horror tale with ancient mummies, a deluded priest and two oddball cops, then you're in for a treat...

"Conjuring ancient secrets, and with a body count that is out of this world, Ragman blends history and myth in a gritty procedural that severs bone and sears skin. Outstanding.” - Lee Murray, USA Today Bestselling author and four-time Bram Stoker Award® winner

“If ever there was a cautionary tale about not robbing temples, this is it. The spiritual rage of ancient Egypt catches up with modern America in a complex, dazzling, bloodthirsty epic of demonic revenge. Hold on to your heads!”- Graham Masterton

In 1882, a group of British soldiers plunder an Egyptian temple and kill the high priest. The priest vows revenge, and is finally revived in the present day. He finds the great-grandson of the man who killed him, but they form an uneasy partnership to get back all the stolen artifacts and send all the descendants of the other soldiers to the Underworld. Two police officers, former partners who had a falling out, must put aside their differences as they go from trying to solve gruesome, unexplained murders to risking their lives to stop the supernatural mummy the priest has called forth.
If you love a great horror tale with ancient mummies, a deluded priest and two oddball cops, then you're in for a treat...

"Conjuring ancient secrets, and with a body count that is out of this world...

A Note From the Publisher

A life-long resident of New York's haunted Hudson Valley, JG Faherty grew up – and still lives – in a small town filled with Revolutionary War graveyards and battle sites, haunted roads and houses, and UFO sightings, all of which definitely influenced his writing. He is the author of nine novels, eleven novellas, and more than seventy-five short stories, and has been a finalist for both the Bram Stoker Award (The Cure, Ghosts of Coronado Bay) and ITW Thriller Award (The Burning Time).

A lifelong fan of horror and science fiction, as a young boy he cut his teeth on everything from The Hardy Boys, Dracula, and Star Trek to textbooks on herpetology and paleontology. His varied professional career includes working as a resume writer, laboratory manager, accident scene photographer, zoo keeper, research scientist, and salesman. He writes adult and YA dark fiction/sci-fi/fantasy, and his works range from quiet suspense to over-the-top comic gruesomeness. He grew up enthralled with the horror movies and books of the 1950s, 60s, 70s, and 80s, and as a child his favorite playground was an abandoned cemetery, which many people feel explains all you need to know about him.

He is a member of the Horror Writers Association (HWA), Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA), International Thriller Writers (ITW), and Mystery Writers of America (MWA). He currently oversees the HWA’s Library & Literacy Program, sits on the Board of Trustees, and was recognized as the 2018 Mentor of the Year. His influences range from Mary Shelley, Jules Verne, and Tales from the Crypt comics to Stephen King, Karl Edward Wagner, and Robert McCammon. HorrorNews.net has said ‘JG Faherty’s stories continue to astound, compel, and challenge the parameter of imagination.’ You can follow him on Twitter @jgfaherty, find him on Facebook (facebook.com/jgfaherty), and visit his website at jgfaherty.com.

A life-long resident of New York's haunted Hudson Valley, JG Faherty grew up – and still lives – in a small town filled with Revolutionary War graveyards and battle sites, haunted roads and...


Advance Praise

“Night at the Museum meets Law & Order in Ragman, the action-packed supernatural crime-noir from horror master JG Faherty. Conjuring ancient secrets, and with a body count that is out of this world, Ragman blends history and myth in a gritty procedural that severs bone and sears skin. Outstanding.” - Lee Murray, USA Today Bestselling author and four-time Bram Stoker Award® winner

“If ever there was a cautionary tale about not robbing temples, this is it. The spiritual rage of ancient Egypt catches up with modern America in a complex, dazzling, bloodthirsty epic of demonic revenge. Hold on to your heads!” - Graham Masterton, HWA Lifetime Achievement Award and MWA Edgar Award winner, best-selling author of The Manitou and The Soul Stealer.

"You really can't go wrong with Faherty when you're looking for a scary read!" - J.H. Moncrieff, author of THOSE WHO CAME BEFORE, The GHOSTWRITERS trilogy, and BOOK OF THE DEAD

“Night at the Museum meets Law & Order in Ragman, the action-packed supernatural crime-noir from horror master JG Faherty. Conjuring ancient secrets, and with a body count that is out of this world...


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ISBN 9781787587434
PRICE $16.95 (USD)
PAGES 256

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