DEAD JACK AND THE PANDEMONIUM DEVICE
JACK WOULD DO ANYTHING FOR DUST―MAYBE EVEN SAVE THE WORLD!
Dead Jack isn't the best detective in Pandemonium. He's just the cheapest. In fact, he'll work for fairy dust. But don't judge. Jack needs it to curb his hunger for sweet, succulent flesh. In Dead Jack and the Pandemonium Device, the first book in the series, things go bad to worse for the brain-licker after he tries to score from his old dealer. The zombie P.I. and his homunculus sidekick Oswald face rogue leprechauns, ghost pirates, a kraken, a sex-obsessed shark woman, and a maniac who calls himself the Duke of Pandemonium. The only thing on the line? The fate of the world. Read the first chapter here.
DEAD JACK AND THE
A SOUL IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE!
In the second book in the Dead Jack series, the zombie detective hits rock bottom, bingeing on fairy dust and formaldehyde 24/7. Reluctantly, he sets out with a fellow zombie, the narcissistic Garry, to find his long-lost soul. But a new threat emerges: a neo-Nazi group that hunts down the depressed corpse, believing his sidekick Oswald has the power to capture all the souls in Pandemonium. Again, the wicked world needs saving, but this time can Jack also save himself?
Features two brand-new interior illustrations.
PRAISE FOR DEAD JACK
"In the more-fun-than-scary novel Dead Jack and the Pandemonium Device...the wisecracking Dead Jack lends humor to the story's fast pace while the spectacle of the wild setting begs to be seen on screen. That may not be far off, as Aquilone's noir dark fantasy has been optioned for film. Tony Eldridge, producer of the Denzel Washington Equalizer films, is attached to the project."
― Kirkus Reviews
"Dead Jack is wicked fun! Undead noir with a devious sense of humor. Highly recommended!"
― Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Patient Zero and Rot & Ruin
"Fans of super fast-paced novels, rich worlds, and memorable characters will want to grab a copy right away. So worth the money. And the illustrations by Ed Watson are first rate."
― Michael Hodges, author of The Puller and The Invasive
"Dead Jack and the Pandemonium Device ... delivers thrilling action, excellent humor, a look into Jack's insane past and a gut punch ending that has me wanting a sequel yesterday."
― Charlie Cargile, PopHorror.com
"Whimsical, witty, and full of adventure, Dead Jack and the Pandemonium Device is an exciting supernatural experience. But at its heart, readers will also discover a beautifully crafted, character-driven tale propelled by past trials and deep bonds."
― Max Pfeffer, Geeks of Doom