Publication Date: August 2012
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A MEMPHIS DJ HIRES RECENT WORLD WAR II VETERAN Bull Ingram to find Ramblin John Hastur, a mysterious bluesman whose dark, driving music broadcast at ever-shifting frequencies by a phantom radio station is said to make living men insane and dead men rise. A bootlegged snippet of Hastur's strange, brooding tune fills Bull with an inexplicably murderous rage. Driven to find the song's mysterious singer, Bull hears rumors that the bluesman sold his soul to the Devil. But as Bull follows Hastur's trail into the eerie backwoods of Arkansas, he ll learn there are forces much more malevolent than the Devil and reckonings more painful than Hell . . . Great Yuggoth, what a great debut novel John Hornor Jacobs establishes himself as an author to heed. W. H. Pugmire, author of The Tangled Muse.
About the AuthorJohn Hornor Jacobs has worked in advertising for the last fifteen years, played in bands, and pursued art in various forms. He is the cofounder of Needle: A Magazine of Noir. He is also, in his copious spare time, a novelist, represented by Stacia Decker of the Donald Maass Literary Agency. His first novel, SOUTHERN GODS, will be published by Night Shade Books and released nationally in August, 2011. His second novel, THIS DARK EARTH, will be published in July, 2012, by Gallery/Pocket Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.
Eric has been a full-time voice actor and musician since 2003, doing voiceover work with The Media Group. Eric's audiobook career (and passion) began in 2009 for Brilliance Audio. Since joining their ranks as a frequent narrator, Eric has recorded numerous titles by authors such as J.R. Ward, Stephen Coonts, Greg Iles, and others. After forming Sweet Jennie Mae Productions, Eric recorded clips for Nike, Farmer's Insurance, The Austin Museum of Natural History, and more.