I see a lot of complaints from people that they can’t find some of the Matthew Corbett books in physical book editions. As of now, all of the books are available in physical formats.
I’ve put together a page that lists online sources from which physical book editions of all of the Matthew Corbett books can be purchased. There are other places that may have some books, but I have verified that these links are valid and active as of this posting. I will try to maintain the links going forward.
Alabama Booksmith has posted a new video recorded on January 16, 2019, of Robert McCammon discussing Cardinal Black and the pre-order goodies that Alabama Booksmith is offering!
Remember, all books ordered from Alabama Booksmith are signed! You can see the other signed Robert McCammon books they have here.
A new interview with Robert McCammon about Freedom of the Mask, the rest of the Matthew series, past books, and the future can be found on RobertMcCammon.com. Robert McCammon: The Freedom of the Mask Interview
Vestavia Hills’ Robert McCammon back with another in his Matthew Corbett series – Alabama News… “Professional problem solver” character returns with “Freedom of the Mask,” the author’s latest. ALABAMANEWSCENTER.COM
Subterranean Press posted this on their website this morning: We’re shipping the Signed Limited Edition of Robert McCammon’s The River of Souls, which includes the novel proper, illustrations not in the trade hardcover, and an 11,000 word bonus story that won’t be available anywhere else for at least two years. The limited is 97% sold […]
Subterranean Press’s Gwenda Bond discussed The Providence Rider in a three-part interview with Robert McCammon. You can read the interview on the Subterranean Press site: An Interview with Robert McCammon – Part 1 An Interview with Robert McCammon – Part 2 An Interview with Robert McCammon – Part 3 Back in 2010, Subterranean Press also posted […]
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 […]