The ebook editions of Freedom of the Mask can now be pre-ordered!

Posted by goathunter on April 21, 2016 (Comments Closed)

From Subterranean Press:

The ebook editions of Freedom of the Mask are now available for pre-order.

 

The audiobook edition of Freedom of the Mask can now be pre-ordered!

Posted by goathunter on April 18, 2016 (Comments Closed)

Pre-ordering is now available for the Audible audiobook edition of Freedom of the Mask, book six in Robert McCammon’s Matthew Corbett series. The book is once again narrated by the very talented Edoardo Ballerini.

Pre-order Freedom of the Mask audiobook from Audible

Freedom of the Mask will be published in May by Subterranean Press. As of this writing, all states of the book are still available for pre-order: lettered edition, limited edition, signed trade hardcover, and trade hardcover.

Pre-order Freedom of the Mask from Subterranean Press

Freedom of the Mask will also be available as an ebook in the U.S.

A Starred Review for Freedom of the Mask

Posted by goathunter on March 22, 2016 (Comments Closed)

From Subterranean Press:

Robert McCammon’s Freedom of the Mask page is burgeoning with features. In addition to the standard description, there’s a interview with the author, an excerpt from the novel, and now, a cutting from the starred review the novel just received from Publishers Weekly:

McCammon’s rousing sixth yarn featuring Matthew Corbett (after 2014’s The River of Souls) transports the early 18th-century American problem solver across the Atlantic to London, where he’s clapped into hellish Newgate Prison on murder charges. Matthew quickly becomes embroiled in mysteries involving fellow inmate Daniel Defoe; a gin-running street gang, the Black-Eyed Broodies; a kidnapped Italian opera singer; and a masked avenger named Albion, whose exploits are sensationalized (along with Matthew’s) in a penny dreadful broadsheet, the Pin…

The full review can be read on the Publishers Weekly website.

Freedom of the Mask will also be available in ebook formats in the U.S.

Audible will release an audiobook edition—again narrated by Edoardo Ballerini—in May, too.ree

Robert McCammon on Freedom of the Mask

Posted by goathunter on March 6, 2016 (Comments Closed)

Subterranean Press posted this today:

Over at the Freedom of the Mask product page, we’ve posted a brand new interview with Robert McCammon, and an excerpt from the novel.

To get you started, here’s one of the questions from the interview:

GB: Getting such a note-perfect glimpse of 1700s America is one of the highlights of the series, and this new volume stays in fine form despite the move in scenery. Did you have to do a lot of research on England in this period or was it already something you were a buff about? Any surprising tidbits from your research?

RM: I had already done a lot of research on London and was saving it up for this book. Also I’ve had the idea of the hidden village in Wales for a long time. Nothing really surprised me about my research except to realize how really crazed, blood-thirsty and wicked that city was during the time period I’m writing about…what there was of the law had its hands full and mostly stayed out of the way. Oh, and I couldn’t really describe the full reality of Newgate Prison because no modern reader would believe it…the prisoners had a bar in there and had their liquor brought in…at the same time prisoners were killing each other over pairs of shoes and the guards were being paid by the inmates…it was crazy!

As a reminder, the signed limited edition and lettered edition contain a new bonus 22,000 word novella available nowhere else, as well as color plates by Vincent Chong.

Click here to read more or place your order.

Freedom of the Mask will be published in May 2016. Ebook and audiobook editions will also be published then.

Freedom of the Mask sent to the printer

Posted by goathunter on February 24, 2016 (Comments Closed)

Subterranean Press reports:

Robert McCammon’s new Matthew Corbett thriller, Freedom of the Mask, has just been sent to the printer, which puts the trade edition right on schedule for a May release. We still have a good supply of all editions available for preorder, though these novels have a history of going out of print quickly after publication.

About the Book:

The year is 1703, and Matthew Corbett, professional “problem solver,” is missing. Last seen by his friends in New York before he departed on a lucrative, seemingly straightforward mission for the Herrald Agency in Charles Town, he’s been too long absent. His comrade-in-arms Hudson Greathouse has an increasing sense the young friend he thinks of as a son must have met with some unexpected peril. Following his hunch, Greathouse retraces Matthew’s steps only to find him first presumed dead, then accused of murdering a young woman and apparently en route to London with a devious Prussian count last encountered on Professor Fell’s Pendulum Island.

Little does he know that Matthews’s circumstances are growing worse by the second. For when Matthew arrives in the bustling squalor of Londontown, he’s come shackled, charged for the murder of Count Anton Mannerheim Dahlgren. No matter the lack of body, presumed lost to the ocean. He soon finds himself locked up in the infamous Newgate prison, and has drawn the interest of a mysterious mask-wearing vigilante accused of several gruesome murders. Greathouse and the woman Matthew loves, Berry Grigsby, travel across the high seas to England to aid their friend, but it is impossible to know whether they will reach him in time to save his life.

Freedom of the Mask is the sixth installment in bestselling author Robert McCammon’s acclaimed series of standalone historical thrillers featuring the exploits of a young hero the USA Character Approved Blog has called “the Early American James Bond.” The most surprising and ambitious volume to date, this is a novel filled with unpredictable twists and a note-perfect depiction of early 1700s London. Fans will not want to miss Matthew Corbett’s most dangerous adventure yet.

The Limited Edition will contain an exclusive bonus novella—over 22,000 words long—featuring Hudson Greathouse’s visit to “The House at the Edge of the World.”

Click here to read more or place your order.

Subterranean: Announcing Freedom of the Mask

Posted by goathunter on January 5, 2016 (Comments Closed)

From Subterranean Press:

Freedom of the Mask by Robert McCammonMatthew Corbett is back in Robert McCammon’s Freedom of the Mask, an over 500 page adventure set in 1700s England. McCammon’s books are our most popular releases each year. Read on for the full details.

About the Book:

 

Important Note: As we have copies of the limited edition of River of Souls still available, there is no exclusive preorder period for Freedom of the Mask. If you want a matching number copy, please order ASAP, and mention your number in the comments section when checking out.

The year is 1703, and Matthew Corbett, professional “problem solver,” is missing. Last seen by his friends in New York before he departed on a lucrative, seemingly straightforward mission for the Herrald Agency in Charles Town, he’s been too long absent. His comrade-in-arms Hudson Greathouse has an increasing sense the young friend he thinks of as a son must have met with some unexpected peril.

Following his hunch, Greathouse retraces Matthew’s steps only to find him first presumed dead, then accused of murdering a young woman and apparently en route to London with a devious Prussian count last encountered on Professor Fell’s Pendulum Island.

Little does he know that Matthews’s circumstances are growing worse by the second. For when Matthew arrives in the bustling squalor of Londontown, he’s come shackled, charged for the murder of Count Anton Mannerheim Dahlgren. No matter the lack of body, presumed lost to the ocean. He soon finds himself locked up in the infamous Newgate prison, and has drawn the interest of a mysterious mask-wearing vigilante accused of several gruesome murders. Greathouse and the woman Matthew loves, Berry Grigsby, travel across the high seas to England to aid their friend, but it is impossible to know whether they will reach him in time to save his life.

Freedom of the Mask
is the sixth installment in bestselling author Robert McCammon’s acclaimed series of standalone historical thrillers featuring the exploits of a young hero the USA Character Approved Blog has called “the Early American James Bond.” The most surprising and ambitious volume to date, this is a novel filled with unpredictable twists and a note-perfect depiction of early 1700s London. Fans will not want to miss Matthew Corbett’s most dangerous adventure yet.

The Limited Edition will contain an exclusive bonus novella-over 22,000 words long-featuring Hudson Greathouse’s visit to “The House at the Edge of the World.”

Lettered:
26 signed, deluxe bound copies, housed in a custom traycase: $500
Limited: 474 signed numbered copies, bound in leather, with the bonus story, artwork not in the trade hardcover, and housed in a custom slipcase: $125
Trade: Fully cloth bound hardcover copies: $26.95
Trade (signed): 1000 copies of the trade edition have been signed by the author: $26.95

Audio rights for Freedom of the Mask picked up by Audible

Posted by goathunter on July 1, 2015 (Comments Closed)

Audible has acquired the audio rights to Robert McCammon’s Freedom of the Mask, due from Subterranean Press sometime in 2016. Presumably, the audiobook will again be narrated by Edoardo Ballerini, who narrated the first five Matthew Corbett novels.

Subterranean Press to publish Freedom of the Mask

Posted by goathunter on June 24, 2015 (Comments Closed)

Subterranean Press tweeted the following this morning:

Very happy to announce we’ll be publishing ‘s FREEDOM OF THE MASK, Matthew Corbett no. six. It’s a long adventure at 180kwords

It will be published sometime in 2016, though no exact date has been announced yet.

Freedom of the Mask is underway

Posted by goathunter on April 25, 2015 (Comments Closed)

Robert McCammon is hard at work on Freedom of the Mask, the sixth book in the Matthew Corbett book. He plans to complete it this summer, and it will probably see print around May 2016.

Vincent Chong: Interior art for The Queen of Bedlam

Posted by goathunter on August 29, 2014 (Comments Closed)

Artist Vincent Chong posted these illustrations from the Subterranean Press limited edition of The Queen of Bedlam on his blog this morning. The Queen of Bedlam is available as a signed, slipcased, limited edition from Subterranean Press. It can be purchased here.

The Queen of Bedlam is book two in the Matthew Corbett series, which started with Speaks the Nightbird. You can read more about the books on this site and on MatthewCorbettsWorld.com.

Click on the images to view larger versions of each.