Spotlight The Zombie Game by Glenn Shepard

The Zombie Game

by Glenn Shepard

on Tour Jan 18 - Feb 28

The Zombie Game by Glenn Shepard The real Zombies of Haiti come alive in this story of a plastic surgeon, a man who "fixes people's faces," racing to stop a plot to kill the Pope during his Papal visit to America. Follow Dr. Scott James as he falls into an incredible world of psychotropic drugs, exotic ceremonies, and murder.
MEET JAKJAK, DEAD MAN Jacques Jacobo, “Jakjak,” is the Haitian Finance Minister’s personal bodyguard. He’s just taken two bullets in the chest trying to stop an assassination attempt on his boss.
DR. SCOTT JAMES, TARGET Dr. Scott James is a volunteer surgeon on a hospital ship anchored off the coast of earthquake-ravaged Haiti. He’s got his share of personal demons.
OMAR FAROK, MASTERMIND Omar Farok wants to rule ISIS, and the world. He’s just taken over the hospital ship and converted it into a launch platform for a nuclear strike on Miami.
SANFIA, VODOUN BOKOR Sanfia is the most powerful Vodoun priestess in Haiti. Omar Farok will pay her big money to turn Dr. James into a zombie.
ELIZABETH, THE WILDCARD Beautiful Elizabeth is one of the most notorious freelance operatives in the world. She’s come to Haiti to defuse the bomb. They’re all about to play The Zombie Game.


Daughter of Blood by Helen Lowe

Title: Daughter of Blood
Author: Helen Lowe
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages: 768
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy
Format: Ecopy/Paperback

A Gemmell Award-Winning Series
Malian of Night and Kalan, her trusted ally, are returning to the Wall of Night—but already it may be too late. The Wall is dangerously weakened, the Nine Houses of the Derai fractured by rivalry and hate. And now, the Darkswarm is rising . . .
Among Grayharbor backstreets, an orphan boy falls foul of dark forces. On the Wall, a Daughter of Blood must be married off to the Earl of Night, a pawn in the web of her family's ambition. On the Field of Blood, Kalan fights for a place in the bride's honor guard, while Malian dodges deadly pursuers in a hunt against time for the fabled Shield of Heaven. But the Darkswarm is gaining strength, and time is running out—for Malian, for Kalan, and for all of Haarth . . .
It felt like forever since I read Heir of Night. I have been waiting for the next book and it never showed. I read Heir of Night in Dutch and loved it. But somehow I never came across the second book in the series in Dutch and I missed a piece of the puzzle. And reading Daughter of Blood only made me want to read The Gathering of the Lost even more.


Spotlight Rogue Retrieval by Dan Koboldt


Title: The Rogue Retrieval 
Author: Dan Koboldt 
Publisher: Harper Voyager Impulse 
Pages: 384 
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy 
Format: Ecopy/Paperback

Sleight of hand... in another land.
Stage magician Quinn Bradley has one dream: to headline his own show on the Vegas Strip. And with talent scouts in the audience wowed by his latest performance, he knows he's about to make the big-time. What he doesn't expect is an offer to go on a quest to a place where magic is all too real.
That's how he finds himself in Alissia, a world connected to ours by a secret portal owned by a powerful corporation. He's after an employee who has gone rogue, and that's the least of his problems. Alissia has true magicians...and the penalty for impersonating one is death. In a world where even a twelve-year-old could beat Quinn in a swordfight, it's only a matter of time until the tricks up his sleeves run out.
Scientist and blogger Dan Koboldt weaves wonder, humor, and heart into his debut novel, The Rogue Retrieval. Fans of Terry Brooks and Terry Pratchett will find this a thrilling read.

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Meet the Author

Dan Koboldt is a genetics researcher and SF/F author living in St. Louis, Missouri. He works at the McDonnell Genome Institute at Washington University, where he and his colleagues use next-generation DNA sequencing technologies to uncover the genetic basis of inherited diseases such as age-related macular degeneration, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. He has co-authored more than 50 publications in Nature,Human MutationGenome ResearchThe New England Journal of MedicineCell, and other scientific journals.

Dan is also an avid hunter and outdoorsman. Every fall, he disappears into Missouri’s dense hardwood forests to pursue whitetail deer and turkey with bow and arrow. He lives with his wife and three children in St. Louis, where the deer take their revenge by eating all of the plants in his backyard.


Tour Schedule

Monday, January 18 - Guest blogging at Author C.A. Milson
Tuesday, January 19 - Book reviewed at Happy Tails and Tales
Wednesday, January 20 - Book featured at Bound 2 Escape
Thursday, January 21 - Interviewed at Deal Sharing Aunt
Friday, January 22 - Guest blogging at Suzanne Johnson
Monday, January 25 - Spotlight at Bookishly Me
Tuesday, January 26 - Book reviewed at Vic's Media Room
Wednesday, January 27 - Book reviewed at I Smell Sheep
Thursday, January 28 - Book reviewed at Absurd Book Nerd
Friday, January 29 - Book reviewed at Books by Centeno
Monday, February 1 - Book reviewed at Cover2Cover
Tuesday, February 2 - Book reviewed at Ashley's Bookshelf
February 3 - Interviewed at I'm Shelf-ish
February 4 - Book featured at The Review From Here
February 5 - Book featured at Book Cover Junkie