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The Roach is Now Available!

It’s finally here! My ultimate passion project, THE ROACH. The book is now available on Kindle, Hardcover, and Audible, with the great R.C. Bray (The Martian, Ex-Force) narrating.
This is a dark and powerful journey into the broken mind of a crippled vigilante, clawing his way out of despair to protect his legacy and his city. It’s perfect for fans of character-driven vigilante thrillers like Mr. Robot or Darkly Dreaming Dexter as well as darker superhero tales like Sin CityThe Punisher, and Watchmen.

Here is some early buzz to entice you:

  • “Great narration and dialogue, Rhett C. Bruno brings to life a character who’d rather be dead…or at least has a death wish.”–Darick Robertson, co-creator of The Boys.
  • “White-knuckled and unfiltered. The Roach plunges you into the filth of the city and holds you under.”–James S. Murray, number-one best-selling author of the Awakened series and star of truTV’s Impractical Jokers
  • “Reader beware: once you crack this novel open, you won’t be able to close it!”–Jeremy Robinson, NYT Bestselling author of Tribe and The Others
  • “A world worthy of being a sister city to Gotham. Gritty, grimy, and mesmerizing.”–Actor Lou Diamond Phillips (Prodigal Son, Young Guns, La Bamba)

Purchase Links:      Kindle     Audible

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Dead Acre is an Associated Press Bestseller!

Who doesn’t love a good Western? How about one with a dark fantasy twist?

I’m happy to announce the release of Dead Acre, an Audible Exclusive by myself and Jaime Castle. It’s available now on Audible and for free with an Audible Premium Plus Subscription. In it’s first week on the market, it was a #1 Listen on Audible, and #5 on the Associated Press Audio Bestsellers list.

What are you waiting for? Listen Here!

The Witcher meets The Dresden Files in this Weird Western tale by the Audible number-one bestselling duo, performed by Roger Clark (Red Dead Redemption 2’s Arthur Morgan).

James Crowley met his mortal end in a hail of gunfire. Now, he finds himself in purgatory, serving the White Throne to avoid falling to hell. Not quite undead, though not alive either, the best he can hope for is to work off his servitude and fade away.

His not-so-sacred duty as a Hand of God? Use his new abilities to hunt down demonic beings that have infiltrated the mortal realm.

This time, the White Throne has sent him to the middle of nowhere: a western town called Dead Acre with a saloon, a moldy church, and little else worth talking about. There isn’t even a sheriff. But the local cobbler has gone missing at the same time as a number of graves were desecrated.

Crowley must follow the clues, all while dealing with a cutthroat gang which treats Dead Acre like they own it, an extraordinary woman who makes it hard to focus, and locals not keen on strangers.
Life isn’t simple for a Hand of God.

 

 

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