“I wanted to write something set in the modern world that had the kind of fast-paced quality of an Indiana Jones movie,” says first-time novelist Stone, “but with a darker edge. The idea of a bureau that stood as a defense against things-that-go-bump-in-the-night comes from those people, military and otherwise, who stand ready to protect us all from threats that tear at the fabric of our comfortable lives. I aimed for an interesting blend of The Untouchables and the X-Files.”
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Here are some Great Things people are saying about this book!
“I have really enjoyed reading this book.... Mark Everett Stone has made these characters seem real.”
— Michele Herbert, Fantasy Book Review
--Clarrissa Lee Moon, author of the series, The Nightwolves and Celeste Nites
Kal has risen to the top of my hero list, surpassing that of even Jack Reacher and I want more!If you are looking for something good to read this summer, this is the first book you should pick up! 5 out of 5 stars--Lisa McCourt Hollar, Author of SAM, The Wall, The Carnival
I found it a real pleasure to be sent one of those rare ebooks which are smoothly written and well edited...Personally, I'm really looking forward to the promised sequel--Gordon Long, TCM Reviews
I finished the book eager for more....a five-star rating. An absolute must read.--Suzanna Burke, aka Stacey Danson, Author of Empty Chairs
The writing is sharp fast and engaging. The characters are fun and/or not so fun in all the right places. Five stars, two thumbs, fantastic.--Patti Larsen, Author of Fresco, Wasteland, The Diamond City, The Ghost Boy of MacKenzie House
In a first and quite brilliant novel, Stone proves himself equally adept at feverishly fast-paced action, edgy wit and banter, and the weaving of a richly satisfying and fresh world of mystery and intrigue. Write on, my friend.
--Michelle Izmaylov, author ofThe Galacteran Legacy: Galaxy Watch
A fantastic read and very easy to follow. The way Mark combines magicians, zombies and super ghouls with a Bogart-style ultra sarcastic officer of the ‘Bureau’ makes you want to keep on reading. I highly recommend this for everyone—not just those into stories of the un-dead.
--GR Holton, author of Soleri, Guardian’s Alliance and Deep Screams
If you crave a really enjoyable Paranormal Suspense Thriller to read, THIS is you book!
--Jeffrey Hollar, The Latinum Vault
The Sequel to 'Things to do in Denver when you're Un-Dead'!
'What happens in Vegas, Dies in Vegas'
Here are some wonderful reviews!
"From the beginning you’re cheering him on, and at the end you’re still left wanting more."--Michelle Herbert, Fantasy Book Review
“Don’t expect a minute of down-time, for Stone is a zero tolerance taskmaster who brings a complicated plotline and well fleshed-out characters to heel and makes it look easy. What youcan expect is for Stone to surprise you repeatedly, satisfy you completely and leave you wanting more.”
—AJ Aalto, author of Touched
5 Stars: “Things To Do In Denver When Your Un-Dead was one of the most refreshing and original books I have read in a long time and the sequel is just as exciting as the first. In fact it may just be better than the first …. Exceptionally well-written and entertaining.--Jezri's Nightmares
5 Stars: “No reader could possibly feel slighted when all is read and done. It is a cracking good yarn from first to final page, no question …. Mark has cemented himself solidly into the position of Master in my self-created niche of Paranormal Suspense Thriller writing. His command of his art grows exponentially with each work of his that I read ….Two very enthusiastic thumbs up for a job well and properly done.”
—Jeffrey Hollar, The Latinum Vault
“Vegas is non-stop action that will leave you with whiplash …. Stone leaves you gasping for breath by the end and of course, enjoys taunting the reader with the prospect of a third book in the series, which I will be waiting anxiously to read.”
--Shay Fabbro, award-winning author of the Portal of Destiny series and The Adventures of Alexis Davenport
The Judas Line
From Publisher's Weekly...see what they say:
ISBN 978-1-60381-901-5 This delightful Catholicism-infused quest fantasy stars a likable and original duo. Fr. Michael Engle, a pragmatic Catholic priest, and Jude, who has a considerably more uncertain relationship with God, are unlikely friends, but when a blood-covered Jude runs into Mike’s church asking for help, Mike listens to him, believes him, and joins him on a quest to find the Holy Grail, which Jude hopes will help him destroy a legendary and dangerous family heirloom. Along the way they encounter Cain, the Norse gods (drinking and watching Bridge over the River Kwai), and a Valkyrie with the requisite “chainmail-covered pillowy breasts.” When Mephistopheles shows up, Jude manages to label him an Arch-Fiend of Hell without irony and without irritating the reader. Stone’s depiction of magic is realistic and intelligent and his treatment of Catholicism refreshingly informed and three-dimensional. Even the obligatory near-apocalyptic ending is coherent, surprising, and exciting.(Sept.)
Evil does not die so easily. "The Judas Line" is a novel following Jude Oliver and the long family line that lies behind him, specializing in assassination, using the artifact known as the silver. Jude Oliver must find the origins and stories of his family to be able to end the Silver's legacy for good, with only a single Catholic priest by his side. Blending paranormal and biblical ideas, "The Judas Line" is a riveting thriller that should prove hard to put down.--Midwest Book Review
"...this is by far Mark’s best work yet"--Lisa McCourt Hollar, Author of SAM, The Wall, The Carnival
"I have come to expect a lot from this remarkably talented writer, but Mark manages to please yet again by bringing new elements to his latest work. The Judas Line is, as anticipated, a lightning-paced thriller that is equal parts non-stop action and intelligent musing. This is, in fact, a surprisingly introspective book that delves into many interesting questions about the nature of good, evil, and faith. It's an enthralling read certain to delight and entertain, a well-crafted gem worthy of a place on any bookshelf."
--Michelle Izmaylov, author of The Galacteran Legacy: Galaxy Watch
And now....I left my haunt in San Francisco
And here are a few of the reviews so far....
Part Men in Black, part Ghostbusters, and with a nod to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Stone’s book is a hoot and a howl—literally. It is just great, grand fun.
Mark McLaughlin, ForWord Literary Magazine
This is another high impact, fast moving story from Mark Everett Stone. I am really enjoying seeing his growth as a writer reflected in the strength of his characters and am looking forward to seeing what the future holds for Kal.
Michele Herbert, Fantasy Book Reviews (UK)
Chicago, The Windigo City
has garnered its first review!
I am looking forward to seeing where Mark Everett Stone will take these characters in future novels as the stories along with the characters have gone from strength to strength and I hope that this continues.
Michele Herbert, Fantasy Book Reviews (UK)