Northern Frights Publishing is proud to present the long awaited second printing of Vince Churchill's classic space western, The Blackest Heart. All new revised, edited, and updated for a new decade!
"One part horror, one part science fiction, one part revenge story, and one part Western, The Blackest Heart comes at you with both guns blazing from page one..."
Bram Stoker Award winner Lisa Morton,
author of The Castle of Los Angeles
From the Back Cover:
Descending from deep space like locusts, Yardon Wrath and his murderous band of mutants, the Plague, terrorize an isolated colony. Legendary lawman Thane Bishop is brutally beaten to death in front of his family by the inhuman psychopath he helped create. But the macabre half-man, half-machine's sinister plans call for much more than murder.
Offered an unholy alliance with an entity from an alternate existence, Thane Bishop rises from the grave, his lust for revenge matched only by his adversary's own twisted plans for retribution.
All that's left for two men more dead than alive.
The Blackest Heart
Death is just the beginning.
"Vince Churchill's ambitious sophomore effort delivers on all accounts, and will leave readers drooling for more."
The Blackest Heart is a space western hybrid tale that follows a man named Marshall Thane Bishop as he seeks revenge against the most brutal gang of hoods in the galaxy.
"With The Blackest Heart, readers can expect a dark, revenge driven western set in outer space," said Churchill. "The book is my ode to High Plains Drifter, Spawn, and The Crow. A retired Star Marshal is murdered and his family brutalized by the galaxies' most notorious criminals, Yardon Wrath and The Plague. But Marshal Thane Bishop is resurrected by an otherworld entity and given a chance for revenge. When a man returns from the grave there's no limit to what he is willing to do to even the score."
"Vince Churchill has created a violent and epic space opera with truly memorable villains and a hero you cheer (and cringe) for at every turn."
David Wellington, author of 13 Bullets