Book Release

A Threat Worse Than the Undead Is Unleashed in AFTERSHOCKS, the New Zombie Novel by William Schlichter

Ethan Edwards faces a threat more dangerous than the undead in Aftershocks by William Schlichter


About the book:

The undead amass as they seek the epicenter of an earthquake. Aftershocks ensure they stay on course, drawn to the origin of the ground-shaking waves. Acheron sits in the path of the horde, and the residents have little ammo to spare. They prove they will defend the camp at all costs, taking extreme measures to protect Acheron from being overrun.

Acheron survivors both inside and outside the gates fight to stay alive, working with too few bullets to fend off the thousands of undead. Inside, they wait for their leader’s return from Memphis, hopeful for news of a cure. Those outside seek to return to the safety of Acheron, including Ethan, who proves he’s a force to be reckoned with.

The survivors, exhausted and injured, scattered far and wide, fend off the undead, vengeful Bowlin brothers, collapsing houses, and radical fanatics, but as they encounter more and more undead moving south, they face the reality that not even Ethan has enough bullets.

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Genre: Fiction / Science Fiction / Zombies
Publisher: BHC Press

Available Formats:
Hardcover, 978-1-64397-006-6, $26.95, 384 pages
Trade Softcover, 978-1-64397-007-3, $15.95, 384 pages
Ebook, 978-1-64397-008-0, $7.99
LCCN: 2019938915

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Read an excerpt of Aftershocks 


Other books in the No Room in Hell series:




Available Formats:
Hardcover, 978-1-946006-97-4, $24.95, 304 pages
Trade Softcover, 978-1-946006-51-6, $14.95, 304 pages
Ebook, $5.99
LCCN: 2016954063
Learn more about the No Room in Hell series, including where to purchase

About The Good, the Bad, and the Undead

When the dead walk the earth, everyone has an agenda…

St. Louis Detective Marcus Danziger seeks clues to his daughter’s pre-apocalyptic murder by a serial killer. Excused from the case, Danziger returns to his precinct after the zombie outbreak with only one goal on his mind: to retrieve the evidence to destroy the killer before the entire city falls to the undead and the murderer escapes to the safety of Fort Leonard Wood.

In a world where the rules no longer apply, Danziger won’t allow the living or the dead to stop him.

Read an excerpt of The Good, The Bad, and the Undead 



Available Formats:
Hardcover, 978-1-946848-36-9, $26.95, 408 pages
Trade Softcover, 978-1-946848-03-1, $15.95, 408 pages
Ebook, $5.99
LCCN: 2017936841
Learn more about the No Room in Hell series, including where to purchase

About 400 Miles to Graceland

Will the cure be more deadly than the undead?

Left with his mission incomplete, Detective Danziger faces losing his hands to infection. But his resolve is stronger than ever as he tracks the path of the military convoy that rescued his daughter’s murderer.

And when a radio transmission claims to have found a cure to stop the reanimating virus, Mother Nature reminds all survivors there are greater dangers on the planet than the undead.

Read an excerpt of 400 Miles to Graceland


WilliamAbout the author: William Schlichter is an award-winning screenwriter and author specializing in science fiction and the phantasmagorical world of the undead. His popular No Room in Hell and Silver Dragon Chronicles series are fan favorites, and he enjoys spending time on the convention circuit.

His full-length feature script, Incinta, is a 2014 New Orleans Horror Film Festival finalist, a 2015 Beverly Hills Film Festival finalist, and an Official Selected finalist in the 2016 Irvine Film Festival. William also placed third in the 2013 Broadcast Education Association National Festival of Media Arts for his TV Spec Script episode of The Walking Dead.

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