PRINCE OF NIGHTMARES
Welcome to the Ballador Country House Hotel. Nestled in the highlands of Scotland, it is unlike any other lodging. Guests can expect wonderful scenery, gourmet food, and horrifying nightmares—guaranteed. Daring travelers pay thousands to stay within the Ballador’s infamous rooms because of the vivid and frightening dreams the accommodations inspire.
Before Josephine Teversham committed suicide, she made a reservation at the hotel for her husband, Australian magnate Victor Teversham. Once he arrives at the hotel, Victor finds himself the target of malevolent forces, revealing the nightmares—and their purpose—to be more strange, personal, and deadly than anyone could have guessed...
Fantastically warped and wonderfully twisted, John McNee is a writer with a towering imagination, and he knows how to use it.
Victor Gischler, Edgar Award-nominated author of GUN MONKEYS and DEADPOOL: MERC WITH A MOUTH
McNee has taken the dream spectrum and contorted it into an unrelenting haven of fear.
K. Trap Jones, author of THE CHARM HUNTER
Prince of Nightmares unfolds like a long lost Clive Barker tale.
Glenn Rolfe, author of BLOOD AND RAIN
The best novel debut I've read in years. McNee pulls you in from the first page and plunges you deep into a terror-abyss that leaves you feeling emotionally pulverized.
Kristopher Triana, author of FULL BRUTAL
The premise is fresh and original, the pace never lags, the characters lively and compelling.
Mark Allan Gunnells, author of FLOWERS IN A DUMPSTER
A macabre gore-fest with heart and wit and a solid, twisting, smart plot line. You can't get much better than this when it comes to pure horror.
Philip Fracassi, author of ALTAR