NURSERY RHYMES 4 DEAD CHILDREN
“The voice of the deputy feels authentic: brooding, soulful, haunted. In fact, there’s a heartfelt quality to the whole grim book. Even some of the most grisly moments manage to be poetic and full of emotion, and the author’s literary influences echo loudly. At times, the mood evokes Piccirilli or Braunbeck or Gifune combined with Sherwood Anderson.”–Robert Dunbar, author of Willy and Martyrs & Monsters
“Thompson’s voice is his own — strong, hypnotic, and unsettling. Nursery Rhymes 4 Dead Children is a bleak fucking book, and therein lies its danger. So beautifully-constructed is Thompson’s prose, that the reader is often caught off-guard, mesmerized by a turn of phrase or a descriptive passage, until the book grabs you by the balls and rips them right off, breaking your heart and your psyche in the process.” — Brian Keene, author of Ghoul, Dark Hollow and The Rising
WHEN WE JOIN JESUS IN HELL
“WHEN WE JOIN JESUS IN HELL is as crazy as its tormented protagonist. Hard as nails.” — Jack Ketchum, author of The Woman.
“Lee Thompson knows his horror-noir. He fuses both genres together in the turmoil of terror, tragedy, blood, guilt, and lost chances at redemption.”–Tom Piccirilli, author of THE LAST KIND WORDS
“I’ve said it many times and believe it more everyday, Lee Thompson is not only the next big name at Delirium Books but in the genre.” — Shane Ryan Staley at Darkfuse Publications
AS I EMBRACE MY JAGGED EDGES
“Lee Thompson’s prose is electric!” — Bob Freeman, author of Descendant
THE DAMPNESS OF MOURNING
“The Dampness of Mourning” is a riveting thriller from Lee Thompson, channeling the bizarre horror of old for the modern day.” — Midwest Book Review.
“The Dampness Of Mourning is taut, tough, and terrifying … a hard-boiled descent into the heart of darkness featuring some of the most stubbornly hard-to-kill combatants to be found on either side of the great abyss.” — Brian Hodge, author of Picking The Bones
BEFORE LEONORA WAKES
“If this is the standard we’re to expect from Thompson I say, Bring it On! Readers of all ages will enjoy this tale of tested friendships, sorrow, despair and courage – shrouded with a dark veil that clings to each word like an oil slick.” -–Stephen Clark, Tasmaniac Publications.
“While aimed at young adults, Thompson’s writing transcends boundaries and the young and old alike will be drawn into the chilling story with its beautifully rendered characters. Part ghost story. Part fantastical. All riveting. Read this now and you can say you were there at the beginning of what will undoubtedly be an illustrious career for Lee Thompson.” –- Shaun Jeffrey, author of The Kult and Deadfall.