BOOKS of the DEAD PRESS: 99¢ Sale: Bracken MacLeod – Mountain Home

Since the day Bracken MacLeod’s debut novel Mountain Home was released, people have been speaking highly of Bracken’s work. Everyone from Christopher Golden to Jack Ketchum have fallen in love with Mountain Home, so it seems only right that we would have a 99¢ ebook sale for it.

For the next week or so, readers have the chance to pick up the thriller for next to nothing. The sale will be taking place on  SmashwordsAmazon UK,  AmazonKobo, and Barnes & Noble.

Here’s the synopsis:

Lyn works at an isolated roadside diner. When a retired combat veteran stages an assault there her world is turned upside down. Surviving the sniper’s bullets is only the beginning of Lyn’s nightmare. Navigating hostilities, she establishes herself as the disputed leader of a diverse group of people that are at odds with the situation and each other. Will she – or anyone else – survive the attack?

“Bracken MacLeod’s Mountain Home hits like a Claymore mine and cuts with the emotional precision of a scalpel. Ferocious and tender, painful and real. A powerful and thoughtful first novel.” ~ CHET WILLIAMSON, International Horror Guild Award winning author of Soulstorm

“Bracken MacLeod brings heart and muscle to this taut siege thriller.” ~ Nicholas Kaufmann, Shirley Jackson Award-nominated author of Chasing the Dragon and Dying is My Business

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via BOOKS of the DEAD PRESS: 99¢ Sale: Bracken MacLeod – Mountain Home.

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~ by poǝןɔɐɯ uǝʞɔɐɹq on 09/01/2014.

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