SKINZZ is now available from Thunderstorm Books! http://thunderstormbooks.com/skinzz.php
"At a hardcore concert in Philadelphia, a Punk Rock girl named Miranda is stomped, punched and kicked into a coma. On a subway platform at midnight, an old black woman is burned alive. On a busy street in Camden, New Jersey, in broad daylight, a suspected homosexual is stabbed to death. A sociopath named "Little Davey", a member of a racist skinhead group called "The Unrest", is on a killing spree, eager to send a message to the lesser races … and he is just getting started.
In 1988, Philadelphia's legendary South Street was a battleground. Fights between skinheads and punkrockers were growing more frequent and more violent. Concerts became bloodbaths as the two countercultures clashed. Mack and Jason were soldiers in the battle against "The Unrest". They lived to kick ass. But the fight has just gotten more serious than either of them was prepared for and if they want to survive, they'll have to become even more ruthless, more vicious. They will need to be willing to kill.
From hardcore horror master, Wrath James White, comes a story of hatred, violence and the everlasting bonds of friendship."
My long-awaited story of a UAV pilot with post-traumatic stress disorder, The Reaper, is now available from Bloodletting Books! https://www.darkfuse.com/the-reaper-by-wrath-james-white-signed-limited-hc.html
"Each morning, Marc wakes up, does a few pushups, takes a shower, has breakfast with his wife Isabel and his son and daughter, Luke and Carrie. Then he kisses his family goodbye, drives to Creech Airforce base, sits down at the UAV command center, and goes to war. For twelve hours a day, he flies the MQ-9 Reaper Hunter/Killer UAV and bombs targets in Afghanistan. He watches as the survivors crawl from the wreckage, often with missing limbs and severe burns. Sometimes there’s collateral damage. Sometimes kids get caught in the blast, kids as young as Luke and Carrie. He has seen American soldiers die. He’s watched helpless as entire squadrons were destroyed. Then, at the end of the day, he goes home to his family and tries his best to forget about the horrors of war. He tries to remember to pick up the dry cleaning. He tries to pay attention to the conversation around the dinner table. He tries to stay in the moment and keep the war and his family life separate, but it is getting harder. Everyday the line between The Reaper and the sensitive, god-fearing, family man grows thinner and the war comes ever closer to home."