The Sinister Mr. Corpse has always been one of my most popular novels among those who read it…but the fact that it was only available in a hardcover limited edition of 250 copies has kept its readership numbers down a bit.

But that’s going to change! At this very moment, I’m taking a break from working on the e-book edition to let you know that I’m almost done with the e-book edition. There’s some proofreading, cover-tweaking, and a couple of very minor formatting glitches to work out, but there should be a $2.99 edition of The Sinister Mr. Corpse on your hot little Kindle/Nook/Sony/skull implant within the next few days! Here’s the new cover:



























The cover design is by Lynne Hansen. Mr. Corpse’s stand-in is Jim Morey of the Jim Morey Band. Click those hyperlinks, kids!

Shortly after that…Wolf Hunt, which will also be published in trade paperback by Dark Regions Press.

8 Responses to “THE SINISTER MR. CORPSE In The Key Of E!”

  1. Jim Says:

    Oh, happy day!

    And I’m home for another week! Whatever will I do with my time? (Oh, yeah, the kids. Right. But they have to sleep sometime…)


  2. Kyle L. Says:

    Very happy to finally read the Sinister Mr. Corpse! Wolf Hunt has already been on my shelf a while, great book 🙂


  3. Keith Hammer Says:

    All I can say about Mr. Corpse going digital . . . IT’S ABOUT FRIGGIN’ TIME!


  4. Keith Hammer Says:

    Oops! Hit send before I wanted too. I have the lettered edition and no way in hell am I going to read that edition. So, yes, I am excited to read the stand-up corpse in digital form. YES! Keith


  5. The Doctor Says:

    Thank you, kind sir.


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