As you all know, I’m a big fan of Jeff Strand’s Andrew Mayhem books. Mayhem’s a great character who really deserves to reach a wider audience. I was hoping that once Strand established himself at Leisure, they’d go ahead and re-release the series. Alas, that was not to be. Maybe there’s still hope for mass market distribution, but until then you can pick all four books up in one 800-page omnibus edition. (We used to call these doorstops back in the day, kids. I suppose now you can just plan on it taking you a whole heck of a lot longer to reach 100% on your Kindle.) And all for the price of a single mass market paperback. A decade ago anyway. Check it out HERE!
Now, for the first time, you can get all four of the horrifying and hilarious Andrew Mayhem novels together for one low price!
GRAVEROBBERS WANTED (NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY), in which Andrew and his best friend Roger accept $20,000 to retrieve a key…a key buried with a body in a shallow grave. But when the guy in the grave turns out to still be alive, things get just a bit more complicated.
SINGLE WHITE PSYCHOPATH SEEKS SAME, in which Andrew is forced to pose as a serial killer known as The Headhunter. He must infiltrate a group of maniacs who’ve gathered in an isolated Alaskan mansion for a weekend of murderous games. Can he free the potential victims in time, or will he be forced to participate in their demise?
CASKET FOR SALE (ONLY USED ONCE), in which Andrew is just taking a relaxing camping trip with his friends and family. No shortcuts. The gas tank is full. The sinister warning of the crazy old man is taken seriously. Unfortunately, when you’re Andrew Mayhem, you just can’t help being attacked by a group of savage killers bent on inflicting ghastly torture and bringing horrific death…
LOST HOMICIDAL MANIAC (ANSWERS TO “SHIRLEY”), in which Andrew’s past comes back to haunt him in a big ugly way, and he finds himself handcuffed to a beautiful woman who may or may not be a psycho killer.
“Strand performs an incredible balancing act between humor and horror. Belly laughs are followed by stomach-churning terror, frequently on the same page.” –Cemetery Dance
Includes a foreword by the lovely, talented, and frightening James A. Moore.