HELL NIGHT: Alex Rains, Book Two

Hey folks, just a quick update. Hell Night is coming. Pretty soon. Like really pretty soon. I’ve been quite busy getting all my ducks in a row, and, you know, life stuff. I’ve also been slightly more active at my weird side project, The Mud Lake Proboscis, so if you’re into ill-conceived liberal propaganda, check that out. More updates to follow.


ALEX RAINS knows all about hunting vampires—after all, that’s his job, and he’s the best at what he does. But when he follows a lead to the tiny desert town of Prosperity, Nevada, Alex quickly learns that vampires aren’t the only things that go bump in the night. He’s just as surprised as the town’s residents when the dead start walking the streets of Prosperity . . . and they’ve got a bit of an appetite.

Together with a ragtag group of survivors, Alex will have to dodge undead horrors and small-town drama as he digs into Prosperity’s darkest secrets and macabre Wild West heritage to figure out why the dead aren’t staying dead, discover what–or who–is responsible, and put a stop to it . . . before the whole mess gets out of hand.

After dealing with the undead in Prosperity, Alex Rains is going to have to update his resume.

It’s sunny with a chance of apocalypse in HELL NIGHT, Matt Kincade’s eagerly anticipated follow-up to THE DEVIL’S MOUTH. With HELL NIGHT, Kincade once again delivers fast-paced, gritty pulp action, engaging characters, and delightfully grim humor.

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6 thoughts on “HELL NIGHT: Alex Rains, Book Two

  1. This may bypass a few books sitting in my ‘to read’ pile and sit proudly on top like a big red cherry.
    Red because it’s covered in blood, but oh so sweet…


  2. hey babbitman,
    if u haven’t u ought to also try keith blackmore breed 1,2, and 3 series
    great werewolf books with lots and lots of gore, action, and plenty of bright red blood

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    1. Thanks bob. The strange thing is, I’m not that much of a horror buff – but Matt pulls it off so well. Very stylish, slick and funny. But also kind of believable – the vampire world in the first book actually functioned because they were set up in business, rather than simply seducing young virgins (ah, those were the days…)
      I’d be up for anything that could match our Matt, though. Thanks for the recommendation!


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