THE HALFLIFE CHRONICLES ARE BACK! Half-vampire Christopher Cséjthe must once again face down the forces of darkness in the return of Wm. Mark Simmon's Halflife Chronicles.
WAKE THE UNDEAD
Years back, a blood transfusion from a member of the undead left Christopher Cséjthe a half- vampire. As founder of After Dark Investigations, he’s gone mano y monster with zombies, werewolves, master vampires, and creatures from the Cthulhu Lagoon—not to mention an immortal Nazi, an ancient Babylonian demon, and a six thousand-year-old necromancer. He’s also saved New Orleans from total destruction once or twice.
A while ago, an enemy ran Chris over with a semitruck while he tried to get a tow. It’s the third time Chris has died. Now waking up in a world he doesn’t quite recognize—the present—he’ll have to use his wits to once again keep the supernatural world at bay. Plus, Chris finds that INTERPOL is interested in some of his associations with Vlad Drakul’s grandson—better known as Dracula—and a trio of witches from a Greek myth want him dead. For good this time. Worst of all, the IRS is looking into his tax returns—and not at all liking what they find. Now that’s really terrifying.
About A Witch in Time: “. . . a snappy, snarky, and surprisingly emotional grand finale that blends characters from weird fiction, gothic tales, and mythology into one fun, if crowded, universe. . . .Though the tone is light and comically cynical, Simmons doesn’t downplay the gravity of the history in his tale, making this a tense and gripping story that is sure to please series fans.”—Publishers Weekly
About the Halflife Chronicles: "[O]ne of those rare novels that combine levity and the supernatural in just the right balance."—Chronicle on Habeas Corpses.
Praise for Wm. Mark Simmons: “A high-tech heroic fantasy full of adventure, puns, and damn good reading. Well thought out.”—Pulsar
“Frequently fun…”—Publishers Weekly
“A nonstop romp through a complex and captivating world! Highly recommended!”—K D Wentworth
About the Author
Before he turned his attention to Science Fiction, Wm. Mark Simmons was winning awards for his writing, first as a newspaper journalist and later as a broadcast copywriter. His first book was a finalist for the Compton Crook Award and made the LOCUS Best List in 1991. When he isn't writing, Mark is in front of the camera or microphone having worked in television and now radio where his is the morning voice for Radio Kansas and can be heard throughout half of the Sunflower State.