Residents of a small town prepare to battle for their livesâ€”and their soulsâ€”in this horror trilogy finale by the Bram Stoker Awardâ€“winning author of Ink.
In the Pennsylvania town of Pine Deep, a handful of brave souls prepare for an unspeakable evil that has been gathering strength for thirty years. On Halloween night, the legend that has haunted their community will return with a vengeance. The dead will rise, the damned will take human form, and a red wave of terror will consume every man, woman, and child. For the few left standing, time is running out. Daylight is fading, and the ultimate battle between good and evil is about to begin . . .
Praise for Ghost Road Blues
â€śMaberry supplies plenty of chills, both Earth-bound and otherworldly, in this atmospheric horror novel . . . . This is horror on a grand scale, reminiscent of Stephen Kingâ€™s heftier works.â€ť â€”Publishers Weekly
Praise for New York Times bestselling Author Jonathan Maberry
â€śJonathan Maberryâ€™s horror is rich and visceral. Itâ€™s close to the heart . . . and close to the jugular.â€ť â€”Kevin J. Anderson
â€śMaberry has the chops to craft stories at once intimate, epic, real, and horrific.â€ť â€”Bentley Little
â€śMaberry spins great stories. His (Pine Deep) vampire novels are unique and masterful.â€ť â€”Richard Matheson
â€śMaberryâ€™s works will be read for many, many years to come.â€ť â€”Ray Bradbury
â€śMaberry will scare the hell out of you.â€ť â€”Tess Gerritsen