Title: The Lazarus Gate
Author: Mark A. Latham
Publisher: Titan Books
Publication Date: October 2nd 2015
Purchase: The Book Depository / Waterstones
London, 1890. Captain John Hardwick, an embittered army veteran and opium addict, is released from captivity in Burma and returns home, only to be recruited by a mysterious gentlemen’s club to combat a supernatural threat to the British Empire.
This is the tale of a secret war between parallel universes, between reality and the supernatural; a war waged relentlessly by an elite group of agents; unsung heroes, whose efforts can never be acknowledged, but by whose sacrifice we are all kept safe.
Doesn't that sound like such an interesting premise? Sort of The League of Extraordinary Gentleman meets Ghost Busters!
To celebrate this momentous release date, the wonderful people at Titan Books have given me 2 extra copies of The Lazarus Gate to giveaway to my wonderful followers! To be in with the chance of winning one of these copies, all you have to do is follow my Twitter account (@theblogbookshop) and retweet the tweet below!
So there we have it! Happy Book Birthday to Mark and The Lazarus Gate! Remember if you're wanting the chance to win a copy of the book then just follow the intstructions above. You have until the 9th October 2015 to enter, and please be aware that this giveaway is for people who have a UK postal address only! As much as I would like to ship internationally, I just don't have the funds, sorry!GIVEAWAY! THE LAZARUS GATE BY MARK A. LATHAM! TO ENTER, SIMPLY RETWEET AND FOLLOW! 2 WINNERS! ENDS 09/10! UK ONLY! pic.twitter.com/LYOJwhTXvt— TheBloggersSpookshop (@theblogbookshop) October 2, 2015
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Mark A. Latham is a writer, editor, history nerd, frustrated grunge singer and amateur baker from Staffordshire, UK. A recent immigrant to Nottingham, he lives in a very old house (sadly not haunted), and is still regarded as a foreigner. Formerly the editor of White Dwarf magazine, Mark dabbled in tabletop games design before becoming a full-time author. A writer of strange, fantastical and macabre tales, his short stories have been published by Titan Books and Black Library Publishing. Mark's début novel, The Lazarus Gate, is available now from all good bookstores.