Valkyrie : The Road

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Valkyrie is two-hundred thousand pounds of armor plate, a rolling fortress travelling the road from Chicago to New Orleans in a post-apocalyptic future. Trading goods between vampire controlled Chicago and a New Orleans dominated by Vodou, the human crew of Valkyrie face werewolves, ghouls, and cannibals in the ruins of the Midwest. Hidden beneath the steel deck of the trailer is Valkyrie's true purpose: a desperate underground railroad ferrying the innocent to freedom. The crew of Valkyrie have a plan. But, the rulers of Chicago have a plan as well: a powerful vampire has been added to the crew...
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Product details

  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 18mm | 449g
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • 1515051676
  • 9781515051671

About Tony Bowman

At the time of this publication, Tony Bowman has written four novels. He lives in North Carolina with his gorgeous wife, Laurie, his beautiful daughter, Sara, and a hundred pound Catahoula Leopard dog. Born in the Appalachian Mountains of southwest Virginia, he will tell you he was born and raised a hillbilly. The hills of his Russell County home are a part of him, as tangible as his fingers or toes. Not a day goes by that he does not miss the steep hills and the dense fragrant forests of pine and cedar. He has lived all over the country, from North Carolina, to the Amish Country of Pennsylvania, to the San Francisco Bay, and the bright lights of Las Vegas. But, the lure of travel is lost on him now, and he longs for the view of the mountains of his youth and the cool taste of water from a limestone well. Mr. Bowman writes stories of Horror, Science Fiction, and Suspense. Horror seems a strange genre for someone who grew up in such an idyllic setting. But, horror stories are woven into the fabric of Appalachian life, whether they are tales of ghosts, or witches, or things that prowl the hills at night - hungry things that snatch away the unwary or unwise. He is merely carrying on the tradition of telling stories in the dark, albeit with a twenty-first century outlook. Mr. Bowman welcomes your comments. Contact him via: Email: Blog: http: // Facebook: https: //
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