Murder Red Ink

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  • Paperback
  • 274 pages
  • Murder Red Ink
  • Mord McGhee
  • English
  • 06 June 2018
  • 1501041177

About the Author: Mord McGhee

Intense Graphic Provocative The psychological thriller has a new voice and it is Mord McGhee, said Steve Alten Even if you hate reading, this book will change that Pageturner, blew me away, said George C Romero A uniquely intellectual American book, says Loren Coleman With the skill and aplomb of Philip K Dick, says Robert E Anderson A great addition to the genre, says Adam Davies.Mo Intense Graphic Provocative The psychological thriller has a new voice and it is Mord McGhee, said Steve Alten Even if you hate reading, this book will change that Pageturner, blew me away, said George C Romero A uniquely intellectual American book, says Loren Coleman With the skill and aplomb of Philip K Dick, says Robert E Anderson A great addition to the genre, says Adam Davies.Mord McGhee s unique brand of literature flies beneath the banner IT S NOT DYSTOPIA TO THINK HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF He s a retired musician and his writing is a wild blend rock n roll, fantasy and science fiction Mord McGhee has been writing professionally since March of 2014 Mord is a 2016 Silver Falchion Finalist and 2014 Dan Poynter s Science Fiction Medal winner He s from the land of Andy Warhol and Andrew Carnegie, Southwestern Pennsylvania He loves to read The library, he says, books are our bastion of hope against dystopia McGhee s body of work spans anthologies, novels, and magazines worldwide He s been fortunate to find kind words from an amazing group of colleagues, such as world s greatest cryptozoologist Loren Coleman, world renowned adventurer Adam Davies, Jack the Ripper casebook member and speaker, Robert E Anderson, filmmaker George C Romero Cameron , and MEG mastermind, Steve Alten


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 Allena Gould moves among the horror brought into the future of Chicago where technological ghosts are a reality and historical interface programs can be rewritten and interacted with Once a talented prodigy, she wrestles her way through incomprehensible nightmares Torture and murder as seen through the eyes of the Ripper himself in a science fiction whirlwind of the darkest sort McGhee s vision of apocalyptic dread is not for the passing reader, it s a literary odyssey of gore meant to be enjoyed by those who like to be terrifically disturbed NY TIMES best selling author of MEG THE LOCH notes, Graphic Intense Provocative The psychological thriller has a new voice and it is Mord McGhee 2nd Edition includes foreword by Robert E Anderson, Casebook.org senior forum and Jack the Ripper speaker. New Download Murder Red Ink author Mord McGhee For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Murder Red Ink

  1. Adam Crissom says:

    Saw the editorial on facebook and picked this up on kindle I didn t realize it was new This book blew my mind I don t like scifi that much because it tends to drag on and only appeal to hardcore types I like crime non fiction and the connections made to the Ripper killings in London was a...

  2. Jay Creek says:

    American psycho meets Jack the Ripper meets The Matrix.stunning and quick read Alten is spot on with his comment.

  3. Kristin Scearce says:

    Disclaimer I received an e copy in exchange for an honest review.I personally loved Ghosts of San Francisco and I m an avid reader of anything having to do with Jack the Ripper, so when I was given the opportunity to read and review Murder Red Ink, there was no way I could pass it up And once again, Mr McGhee does not disappoint This book involves a very interesting take on the Ripper murders, and it kept me engrossed from beginning to end There were many times I had to put it down becau Disclaimer I received an e copy in exchange for an honest review.I personally loved Ghosts of San Francisco and I m an avid reader of anything having to do with Jack the Ripper, so when I was given the opportunity to read and review Murder Red Ink, there was no way I...

  4. Jen says:

    I m a fickle reader I don t usually buy into the sleepers I see on goodreads This one of the best new books I ve read in years If you like serial killer mysteries I suggest this book Every once in a while somebody new comes along My guess is this is a pen name from an author that is crossin...

  5. Perry Hesson says:

    nice twist at the end SO wish this was a movie My stomach was in knots from chapter 13 to the end which I did in about two hours Reread it this week I missed a bunch too Theres so many layers of things happeneing I cant wait to read it again

  6. Mariehorrorcrazed says:

    nail biting horrific fun.end was interesting,horror than I expected.not like the first book but there were tie ins.

  7. Tim Gray says:

    I was a bit in two minds with this book won in a giveaway on the one hand I struggled to get into a non linear story with multiple strands, but maybe that wasme than the book, on the other hand it was a fresh treatment of a topic that...

  8. Paul W. Nielsen says:

    Murder Red Ink is not for the reader who wants to curl up and relax It is for the sophisticated Sci fi reader who has a brain and wants to use it Don t bother trying to get ahead of the author, you won t succeed A couple of things really stand out with this author 1 He is a true wordsmith By that,I don t mean he just uses a complete vocabulary, but is truly skilled with the use of words He can take a complete paragraph and condense it to two or three words which gives a far better image th Murder Red Ink is not for the reader who wants to curl up and relax It is for the sophisticated Sci fi reader who has a brain and wants to use it Don t bother trying to get ahead of the author, you won t succeed A couple of things really stand out with this author 1 He is a true wordsmith By that,I don t mean he just uses a complete vocabulary, but is truly skilled with the use of words He can take a complete paragraph an...

  9. Judith Chainsaw says:

    Gory and disturbing On edge through the whole thing The back and forth madess caught me by surprise at the end fans of 11 22 63 and Stories of Ray Bradbury would like this book I still have goose bumps thinking about Jack the Ripper now Ive read them all and this is the first to o t...

  10. S.K. Gregory says:

    A blend of the past and future, as we jump between Victorian England and the year 2111 where tech has evolved to be implanted in people Scientists are working on a machine that creates ghosts An interesting mystery and I enjoyed the Jack the Ripper storyline, but I did feel that the future ...