Now Available–He Who Walks In Shadow

It’s finally here.

I know it seemed like it might never happen, but the sequel to the Bram Stoker Award nominated That Which Should Not Be has arrived. Can’t wait to hear what you think.

Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or directly from the publisher.

He Who Walks in Shadow hearkens to the classic pulp era of the 1930s and does justice to the Mythos that H.P. Lovecraft and the best of his successors have established. Talley skillfully blends high adventure and black magic against a backdrop of encroaching cosmic horror.” Laird Barron, author of The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All

“Talley’s unusual prose style creates an authentic Lovecraftian atmosphere that is further supported by the epistolary format of the novel, which is set in 1933 and is composed of letters, journal entries, and newspaper articles. This is high adventure that strides across the purple field of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance.” Donald Tyson, author of Necronomicon: The Wanderings of Alhazred

“Talley truly has a way with words, and some of the descriptions left me breathless.” Chantal Noordeloos, author of Angel Manor

“Infusing his tale with both real and weird history (The Russian Revolution/The Tunguska Event), brilliant characters and a real sense of dread, Talley has done something incredible…..he’s not only given life to the Mythos….under his guidance, it is evolving. Highest possible recommendation.” Horror After Dark.

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  1. Reblogged this on Sean Hoade Brings You The World's Greatest Blog In The World and commented:
    Brett J. Talley is a HUGE talent, and I read That Which Should Not Be and almost got depressed over how freaking good it is. Now it’s time for the next dose of awesome!

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