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About Mord McGhee
Mord McGhee is an award-winning, critically acclaimed American author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. His is one of the most magnetic voices in contemporary literature. Novels and short stories have pleased readers since 2014, and awards include 2016 Silver Falchion Finalist, 2014 Dan Poynter's Silver Science Fiction Medal, multiple Preditor's and Editor's Reader Choice Top Ten Finishers, and 2016 Newbery Medal nominee. His body of work can be found in competitive markets around the world. McGhee was a staff writer for legendary 'Horror Within Magazine' from 2014-2016. He's the screenwriter of the movie DEADLINE (Drake Productions-Cleveland, OH) and THE TRACK(2017).
What experts are saying:
STEVE ALTEN (NYTimes best-selling author of Summer blockbuster THE MEG - "Intense. Graphic. Provocative. The psychological thriller has a new voice and it is Mord McGhee."
BRAD MELTZER (Star of HISTORY CHANNEL & best-selling author) - "Support this new author!"
GEORGE C. ROMERO (Filmmaker) - "...if you don't like to read, get this badass page-turner yesterday. If you hate to read, this book will change that."
ADAM DAVIES (renowned adventurer and star of ANIMAL PLANET) - "... a great addition to the genre."
LOREN COLEMAN (Director of the International Cryptozoology Museum & Cryptid researcher) - "... a uniquely intellectual American novel."
Current projects: Ironblood, Ghosts of the Girl, untitled sequel to Murder Red Ink, untitled sequel to Old Flames and Heroes
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"IT'S NOT DYSTOPIA TO THINK HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF."
~Mord McGhee 2014
Mord's influences are as eclectic as his creations. Steve Alten, Steven Brust, H.P. Lovecraft, Philip K. Dick, Stephen King, Glen Cook, Robert E. Howard, Ambrose Bierce, J.R.R. Tolkien, Terry Pratchett, A.E. Van Vogt, Alfred Hitchcock, and J.K. Rowling are some of his literary tastes.
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Rigs, Slicer, Black Waters, Jocko, Omega, and Weezer are back in this cyberpunk retelling of Dickens' classic, set in a futuristic society where ghosts are a daily truth created in digital medium. How is it possible then a supernatural haunt appears to a member of the special operative assassin team known as Eclipse, and what could come of this spectral encounter?
In a special holiday novella from Hyrgm Entertainment, McGhee's GHOSTS series cast of killers do what they do best-- "make a complete mess of the expected while giving readers a ripping and intense glimpse into his gritty, dystopian future." As fans of the books await the release of the third installment of the GHOSTS novels, Eclipse faces a foe they never thought they would--- the holidays!
A Christmas Carol Android is a unique derivative and adaptation inspired by Charles Dickens' beloved holiday tale
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Maintaining the classical mood while jacking into the 22nd Century
All the laughs, cries, and scares of Dickens' Victorian masterpiece in an exhilarating new retelling by Mord McGhee, who does not ever fall short of surprising readers. This is the holiday cyberpunk story science fiction has been waiting for.
What strange things await a London expedition, as they search for truth in the claim Professor Challenger has made, of a secret, not yet explored plateau, but also that she has found living dinosaurs hidden deep in the Amazon region.
TSPress presents this unique and fresh new mordernization of 'The Lost World.' It has been translated and edited for the pleasure of the modern American reader by contemporary, award-winning novelist Mord McGhee. In this translation, women are empowered and sensibility has been reimagined, so this tale is timeless once again, and a heart-pounding tale fit for the demands of readers living in the 21st Century and beyond. Arthur Conan Doyle did not invent dinosaurs, but he made them into the fanciful monsters we love today. Mord McGhee didn't write 'The Lost World,' but he has brought a razor-sharp translation into literature befitting the original masterpiece, while pushing boundaries in unexpected ways. This fresh new take on a wondrous thrillride is not to be missed.
If you read one classic, this translation is the one you need.
But when Rigs stumbles upon the group of friends who are willing players with their eyes on the ultimate prize, are they willing to kill any named targets by the clandestine corporation known only as The Company.
The race is on, and if Rigs is going to survive, she'll have to confront the hand of evil pulling the strings of life and death.
Ghosts of San Francisco: Tales of Eclipse Vol.1 is the first in a promised series by McGhee and the recipient of the 2014 Poynter's Silver Medal in Science Fiction. McGhee's characters put you in the nightmare world of ghosts and raises possibilities beyond dark and disturbing.
Mord McGhee's wonderfully wise Old Flames and Heroes is the perfect coming of age companion for grads--from grade school, high school, college, and beyond! Connecting childhood to adulthood in a delightful way. From soaring to a city built into a waterfall to great sights as experienced by the young protagonist, Mord McGhee addresses life's ups and downs with humor, luck, love, and magic. He encourages readers to find the true meaning of the little blue sun which suddenly appeared in the sky.
In a starred review, world-renowned adventurer Adam Davies notes, "Mord McGhee's Old Flames and Heroes is a great addition to the genre (young adult fantasy)."
McGhee's message is simple and fun, capturing the great balance of life and a parent's fears for their children, but through it all he makes it easy to laugh and believe in happy endings.
A wonderful gift for anyone starting a new phase in their life!
"We measure a celebration, beginning anywhere. This one seems as good as any other. If you are a Fortean, don't know you are or want to be one, take delight today in a new uniquely intellectual American book by Mord McGhee."
World Famous Cryptozoologist and Director of the International Cryptozoology Museum
A collection of some of the absolute best short stories of science fiction, fantasy, and horror since 2014. Award-winning, critically acclaimed author Mord McGhee is one of the most distinctive and magnetic voices in contemporary fiction. While his tales tend to provocative and intense, they are also wonderfully eclectic and introduce the reader to the wildly unimaginable. Many stories included in McGhee's first collection of short fiction have appeared in literary, commercial, and magazines around the globe during the years 2014-2016. Up From The Black is an instant classic, in the tradition of the Twilight Zone, Weird Tales, and Creepshow.
In 'Up From The Black' (Mord McGhee’s first collection of short fiction) we catch glimpses of that which lives in the darkest shadows; a glorious thrill-ride of action, adventure, and supernatural coincidences. Some of the themes are a post-apocalyptic invasion of Earth where the only thing holding humanity together is a long hummed earworm... a blood red moon rises one dark night and a cat saves the world... a spontaneous street fair exhibits the most bizarre and disturbing treats... creatures lurk in the abyss where vacuums exists... and many, many more!
"'Up from the Black' is Mord McGhee at his horrifying, fantastical best."
'Up from the Black' is a new collection by McGhee, who has made Medium.org's Top 500 Must-read Thriller's of All-Time (Murder Red Ink, TSP2014), won a 2014 Dan Poynter's Silver Science Fiction Award (Ghosts of San Francisco, TSP2014), and was a Silver Falchion Finalist in Young Adult Fiction Award & a Newbery Medal nominee (Old Flames and Heroes, TSP2016). Several stories within this collection were also Top Ten finishers at Critters.org Reader's Choice Awards. (Preditors & Editors 2014-2017).
"'Up from the Black' is not simply a collection to read, it is a collection in which we celebrate American literature today."
Two years have passed since Ghosts of San Francisco, and now Eclipse has made a lethal mistake.
Things go from bad to much, much worse… quickly. What ensues is an unnerving, frightening look at our own future. OUR WORLD— a dystopia where technological ghosts rule and history has repeated itself.
Whether you’re new to Tales of Eclipse, or a returning reader, grab your CaliCobra, plug in a P-Pin, and ride for ruin in the highly anticipated sequel to McGhee's 2014 masterpiece & Dan Poynter’s Silver Science Fiction Medalist.
As reality crumbles around them, Rigs defies inevitable doom. She's the ultimate female lead, fighting tooth and nail in the highly anticipated sequel to award-winning novel GHOSTS OF SAN FRANCISCO. It's a thunderous follow up to Mord McGhee's intense, science fiction/horror thrillfest, as the TALES OF ECLIPSE series resumes where readers have left off.
In Volume 2, author Mord McGhee has written a relentless, suspenseful adventure which chronicles an unprecedented apocalyptic war where technology trumps the supernatural. Inventive, unique, masterful prose, and scary insight into the human condition. Dark, futuristic landscapes set against the industrial past of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It's not dystopia to think history will repeat itself. Discover why Brad Meltzer, Steve Alten, Loren Coleman, Adam Davies, Thomas Sweterlitsch, and more have shouted out McGhee's work, as an upcoming heavy weight in the world of literature.
Rigs and Eclipse are back, in this wicked, machine gun of a read. Illuminati, Templar, Mason? To what end will the dark entities hunting Eclipse go? A must-read for all fans of science fiction, cyberpunk, dystopian, and more!