German published Luzifer Verlag has acquired the German translation rights for Mister Slaughter, book three in Robert McCammon’s Matthew Corbett series. Luzifer just recently published volume two of their translation of The Queen of Bedlam. No word on a publication date yet.
In May, we announced that Crossroad Press is publishing ebook editions of several Robert McCammon novels in the UK, Europe, and other regions not controlled by the U.S. Until now, all of the books published by Subterranean Press have only been available in ebook form in the U.S. and Canada.
The Queen of Bedlam was released to those markets in May, and Mister Slaughter and The Hunter from the Woodswere released in early July.
Now The Providence Rider joins them! Coming soon: The River of Souls.
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Subterranean Press has posted the following: Robert McCammon Ebooks for only $1.99. Second Printing of The River of Souls hardcover only $14.95 June 2nd To celebrate the print and ebook release of Robert McCammon’s newest Matthew Corbett historical thriller, The River of Souls (hardcover, ebook), we’ve lowered the price to the previous Matthew Corbett […]
An audio tribute from Robert McCammon: I came across this while going through some old files. I did it when I was putting Mister Slaughter together, as a kind of “tribute” to the British horror actor Tod Slaughter, who was of course the influence for that whole book.
Japanese fan Isao Hara has contributed this great piece of artwork inspired by Mister Slaughter! View a 200 DPI version
Subterranean Press shipped out all of the limited editions of Mister Slaughter last week, and readers are reporting receipt of their books this week. Photos of the limited have been added to the Mister Slaughter Book Cover Gallery.
The map that Robert McCammon references when he’s writing about Matthew Corbett’s adventures can be found on the new Maps page. A map of New England from 1708 can also be found there. A larger version of the scan of a 1702 issue of The Earwig, recently unearthed by Subterranean Press, can be found […]
The first full-blown review of Robert McCammon’s Mister Slaughter has been posted by Mark Seiber at The Horror Drive-In. Mark loved it: “But there’s more. Far more. McCammon provides numerous subplots and the criminal conspiracy Corbett encountered in The Queen of Bedlam is still afoot. There’s also a sinister bloody fingerprint on a playing card […]