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From New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry, the first in a thrilling series of novels based on Deadlands, a hugely successful role-playing game (RPG) set in the Weird, Weird West.

Welcome to the Deadlands, where steely-eyed gunfighters rub shoulders with mad scientists and dark, unnatural forces. Where the Great Quake of 1868 has shattered California into a labyrinth of sea-flooded caverns . . . and a mysterious substance called "ghost rock" fuels exotic steampunk inventions as well as plenty of bloodshed and flying bullets.

In Ghostwalkers, a gun-for-hire, literally haunted by his bloody past, comes to the struggling town of Paradise Falls, where he becomes embroiled in a deadly conflict between the besieged community and a diabolically brilliant alchemist who is building terrible new weapons of mass destruction . . . and an army of the living dead!

Deadlands is one of the most popular RPGs in history, with over a million Deadlands gaming books sold.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 526 pages
  • 104 x 170 x 30mm | 204g
  • Tor Books
  • New York
  • English
  • 0765375273
  • 9780765375278
  • 958,003

About Jonathan Maberry

JONATHAN MABERRY is probably best known for his Joe Ledger novels from St. Martin's Press (includingPatient Zero) and his award-winning Rot & Ruin zombie books for young adults. His novelization of The Wolfman, which he did for Tor, was a New York Times bestseller. Maberry's work has been adapted into comics, a board game, and has been optioned for film.
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