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OUT NOW: Tiger Meat (& The Kingdom of Blood)

“We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us.” — Charles Bukowski

 

Set in the jungles of Vietnam ‘Tiger Meat (& The Kingdom of Blood‘ starts out noir and semi-autobiographical with a dark atmosphere and characters that build to an evil climax.

Further fear ridden journeys, encounters and a world of darkness linger in the atmosphere that reaches out past this tale. As it finishing where many road trip horrors might begin, it plants seeds for the ongoing nightmare and possible future memories.

Like in ‘Untethered‘ it plays with identity, roles and this time… fear. Specifically, the shifting perspective of who to fear most when everyone is under threat.

Tiger Meat (& The Kingdom of Blood) by John Bowie is out now for Halloween 2018, with Dead Mans Tome in the U.S.

It’s included in their Anthology: Bikers Vs The Undead as an eBook and in paperback.

‘The thick undergrowth and the trees behind him seemed to breathe with us… He smiled another pained looking grin; spinning the bottle, again and again.’ – ‘Tiger Meat’, John Bowie

 

eBook available now on Amazon:

Amazon.co.uk

Amazon.com

Paperback copy available here:

Amazon.co.uk

Amazon.com

 

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Product Description:

”A horror, thriller, but with a sense of humor and cynicism one would expect from bikers. Get ready to read zombie stories loaded with people want from a zombie story. Zombie apocalypse from the perspective of some down and dirty rough riders. ”

”If the image of a leather clad biker shooting zombies with a sawed-off shotgun gets your attention, then this book is what you need. If the sight of the hot Mad Max wasteland does something for you, then you’ll enjoy this book. If you enjoy watching a good and dirty bar fight, then continue reading. Bikers VS The Undead is loaded with testosterone, leather, whiskey, with a crap ton of rotters in the mix. ”