Edited by Jonathan Maberry and Bryan Thomas Schmidt; Foreword by Tony Eldridge
St. Martin's Griffin
Joe Ledger Fans Rejoice!
Everyone’s favorite snarky, dangerous, idealistic, relentless covert operative is back, and this time he’s brought friends. Joe Ledger: Unstoppable presents original short stories about Joe Ledger and the Department of Military Sciences by some of New York Times bestseller Jonathan Maberry’s "friends in the industry." Buckle up for powerful, exciting, and nail-biting adventures by Seanan McGuire, Scott Sigler, Larry Correia, Weston Ochse, Steve Alten, David Farland, Aaron Rosenberg, James A. Moore, James Ray Tuck, Javier Grillo Marxuach, Jennifer Campbell-Hicks, Jeremy Robinson, Joe McKinney, Jon McGoran, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Nicholas Seven, Bryan Thomas Schmidt, P.G. Charles, and Dana Fredsti!
Joe Ledger is a former Baltimore cop who was recruited into a secret government agency tasked with stopping terrorists who are using bleeding-edge science weapons. The stakes are always high. If you have to call Joe Ledger, it’s already hit the fan!
INTRODUCTION: THE WORLD OF JOE LEDGER
Joe Ledger was born in a diner.
That seems somehow very appropriate.
I was sitting at the Red Lion Diner north of Philadelphia having an omelet and (I think) my twentieth cup of coffee...
Praise for Joe Ledger
“Top grade horror fiction.” —Booklist, (Starred Review) on Code Zero
"A fast-paced, brilliantly written novel. The hottest thriller of the New Year!" —Brad Thor on The King of Plagues
“Wow! From the first page of Patient Zero you know you're in the hands of a master.” —M.J. Rose - bestselling author of The Reincarnationist
“The Ledger novels are exciting sf thrillers that just happen to involve stuff that's a little out there.” —Booklist, starred review on Extinction Machine
"With too many memorable tales to name in a review, let us just say that Ledger is a 'star' no matter where he appears in this antholog, and will have fans and future-fans lining up to learn even more about what Joe Ledger's world has to offer." --Amy Lignor for Suspense Magazine