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Cover Reveal – Southern Gothic!

Hi Folks! Well, here we are in the New Year and what better way to start off than with a new cover! For your enjoyment, here’s the cover reveal for the fourth Max Porter book, Southern Gothic (coming out on Jan. 23). Jeff Dekal (he did all the Malja covers) provides the art:

SGCover

 

And here’s what it’s about:

Times are rough for Max and Sandra. They’ve lost their income, live in a trailer, and struggle to make ends meet – all due to the resurrected Tucker Hull. To make matters worse, the ghost detective, Marshall Drummond, refuses to move on and resides in their trailer.

Barely able to afford food, they are desperate to get back on their feet. So, when Max’s sole client is murdered in the mysterious Baxter House, he knows they’ve reached the breaking point. And there’s only one way out – push on through.

Max, Drummond, and Sandra will face secret societies, stolen gold, hidden codes, the darkest magic, and of course, the Hulls. The only question – will they live through it all?

Mixing real North Carolina history with ghosts, witches, magic and more, Southern Gothic continues the supernatural thrills and mystery you’ve come to expect from Max Porter.

So, be on the look for Southern Gothic on Jan 23 in ebook and print everywhere!

 

Stuart Jaffe

Stuart Jaffe is the author of The Max Porter Paranormal-Mysteries, The Malja Chronicles, a post-apocalyptic fantasy series, The Bluesman pulp series, and After The Crash as well as the short story collection, 10 Bits of My Brain. Numerous other short stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies. He is the co-host of The Eclectic Review — a podcast about science, art, and well, everything. For those who keep count, the latest animal listing is as follows: one dog, four cats, one albino corn snake, one Brazilian black tarantula, three aquatic turtles, assorted fish, one lop-eared rabbit, fifteen chickens, and a horse. Thankfully, the chickens and the horse do not live inside the house.

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