Seven Shades of Evil by Robert McCammon

Seven Shades of Evil by Robert McCammon

  • Author: Robert McCammon
  • Artist: Vincent Chong
  • Pub. Date: Fall 2023
  • Status: Forthcoming from Lividian

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Lividian Publications is proud to be publishing Seven Shades of Evil by Robert McCammon. The First Edition/First Printing Deluxe Trade Hardcoverwill be limited to a one time printing!

Status: Forthcoming from Lividian Publications

About the Book:
Seven Shades of Evil is the ninth volume in bestselling author Robert McCammon’s acclaimed series of historical thrillers featuring Matthew Corbett, and this fascinating installment features a wide range of adventures undertaken by both Matthew and his friends over the years.

From murder plots that aren’t what they seem, to creepy forests with possible supernatural evils, to a remote manor whose occupants are in the clutches of a ruthless master, these stories are an intriguing blend of everything wonderful that has drawn readers to the Matthew Corbett series for more than twenty years.

Seven Shades of Evil is the penultimate volume in the Matthew Corbett series, and the perfect table setter for the final adventure of the multifaceted character USA Network has called “the Early American James Bond.” This is another masterful volume from one of America’s most skilled authors, featuring some of his most memorable, compelling, and chilling characters. There’s a little bit of something for longtime fans of the series and new readers alike who are now joining the adventure.

About the Author:
Robert McCammon is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-seven books. He is the winner of five Bram Stoker Awards and a World Fantasy Award. He is best known for Swan Song, The Wolf’s Hour, and Boy’s Life. More recently, McCammon has published The Five, which Stephen King called his best novel ever, and The Border, and is writing the Matthew Corbett series, a ten-book series of historical thrillers that USA Network has called “the Early American James Bond.” McCammon lives in Birmingham, Alabama.