There's something fishy going on in the Unnatural Quarter. Bodies are floating face-down, the plumbing is backing up, and something smells rotten--even to a zombie detective like Dan Shamble. Diving into the slimy underbelly of a diabolical plot, Dan comes face-to-tentacles with an amphibious villain named Ah'Chulhu (to which the usual response is "Gesundheit!"). With his snap-happy gang of gator-guys--former pets flushed down the toilet--Ah'Chulhu wreaks havoc beneath the streets. While feuding weather wizards kick up storms and a gang of thieving lawn gnomes continues their reign of terror, Dan Shamble is running out of time--before the whole stinking city goes down the drain. . .
"The Dan Shamble books are great fun." --Simon R. Green
"Prepare to be entertained."--Charlaine Harris
"Smart, savvy, incredibly clever!" --Heather Graham
About the Author
Kevin J. Anderson is the author of more than 120 novels, 53 of which have appeared on national or international bestseller lists. He has over 23 million books in print in thirty languages. He has won or been nominated for numerous prestigious awards, including the Shamus Award, Nebula Award, Bram Stoker Award, SFX Reader’s Choice Award, Faust Award, Scribe Award, American Physics Society’s Forum Award, and New York Times Notable Book. By any measure, he is one of the most popular writers currently working in the science fiction genre.
Anderson coauthored thirteen books in Frank Herbert's classic DUNE universe with Herbert's son Brian. His epic science fiction series, “The Saga of Seven Suns,” was followed by a nautical fantasy trilogy, “Terra Incognita,” about sailing ships, sea monsters, and the crusades. He has written numerous novels in the Star Wars and X-Files series and coauthored Prodigal Son with Dean Koontz. With Rush drummer and lyricist Neil Peart, Anderson wrote the novel for the new Rush album Clockwork Angels. For the Horror Writers Association, he edits the Blood Lite anthologies of humorous horror stories. He is also a prolific writer of comics and graphic novels, and he and his wife Rebecca Moesta are the publishers of WordFire Press.
Anderson's research has taken him to the top of Mount Whitney and the bottom of the Grand Canyon, into the Andes Mountains and the Amazon River, inside a Minuteman III missile silo and its underground control bunker, onto the deck of the aircraft carrier Nimitz, onto the floor of the Pacific Stock Exchange, and behind the scenes at FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC. He has climbed all 54 mountain peaks in the Colorado Rockies higher than 14,000 feet, and he has completed more than 300 miles of the Colorado Trail. He lives with his wife, writer Rebecca Moesta, in their mountain home in Colorado. Visit him at www.wordfire.com.