Murder Red Ink

In Murder Red Ink, Mord McGhee imaginatively explores the incomprehensible depths of horror, human nature, and captures the brutal reality of the monster behind the Jack the Ripper murders in 1888. McGhee's vision is a literary odyssey of gore meant to be enjoyed by those who like to be terrifically disturbed. NY TIMES best-selling author of MEG notes, "Graphic. Intense. Provocative." More

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About Mord McGhee

Mord McGhee is an award-winning (2014 recipient of Dan Poynter's Silver Science Fiction Medal, 2016 Newbery nominee, 2016 Silver Falchion Finalist, Multiple-time Top Finisher Preditor's & Editor's Reader's Choice Poll), American author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Active professionally since 2014. His body of work can be found in competitive markets around the world. McGhee has recently been a recurring featured columnist at The Horror Within Magazine (, has is in new anthologies Dark and Evil (ACA Books), Within Stranger Aeons(J. Ellington Ashton Books). and Strange Mysteries 7 (Whortleberry Press).

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What experts are saying:
Steve Alten (NYTimes Best-selling author of MEG) "Intense. Graphic. Provocative. The psychological thriller has a new voice and it is Mord McGhee."
George C. Romero (Filmmaker) "if you don't like to read, get this bass ass page-turner yesterday. If you absolutely hate to read, this book will change that!"
Brad Meltzer (star of History Decoded and more on History, best-selling author) "support this new author!"
Adam Davies (renowned adventurer, star of Animal Plant and more) "... a great addition to the genre."
Loren Coleman (Director of International Cryptozoology Museum and Researcher) "... a uniquely intellectual American novel."
Stan Gordon (UDO researcher, Kecksburg incident) "a family in search of healing with a 'little' cryptozoology..."

~Mord McGhee 2014

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