[Cover Reveal] – The Messy Man

By Chris Sorensen

Dead Head Reviews is proud to reveal the US Cover Release for The Messy Man, book Three in the The Messy Man Series. One lucky Dead Head follower will win a signed copy of The Nightmare Room and The Hungry Ones (Book One and Two).

How To Enter The Messy Man Giveaway
Follow Dead Head Reviews (@reviewshead) and Chris (@casorensen) on twitter, and retweet the Dead Head Reviews Messy Man Cover reveal post. One winner – picked at random – will be chosen on January 2nd 2020 and announced shortly after. Good luck!

What people have said about the series so far

“This is an author with some serious chops.” – Michael Patrick Hicks, author of Broken Shells and Mass Hysteria.

“This is one haunted house that had me running for the door! A must read.” – Hunter Shea, author of Slash and Creature.

“Sorensen has this ability to keep you firmly on the edge of your seat throughout that you’ll need to stop and remember to breathe time and time again.” – Steve Stred, author of Ritual and The Girl Who Hid In The Trees.

“Chris Sorensen is the only horror author to make me love – not one, but TWO – haunted house stories.” – Rachel, The Shades of Orange

“Think of your absolute favorite sequel, no matter the franchise. Got it in mind? This is what Sorensen has accomplished for me with The Hungry Ones.” – Tracy, Sci-Fi & Scary


In the middle of a cold, Midwestern cornfield, an orphaned girl with remarkable abilities accidentally conjures a man from thin air. The stranger is traumatized, his thoughts scattered. The girl, Willa, is able to glean Little about the man save for his name—Peter—and the fact that he doesn’t belong in her world. Unbeknownst the girl, her summoning has caught the attention of others with vested interest in Peter’s fate…others both living and dead. If Willa is to repair the damage she has done and return Peter home, she must fully embrace her gifts and plunge headlong into a hungry, grasping nightmare.

Chris Sorensen is a New Jersey based writer with a penchant for the bizarre. His novel The Nightmare Room is the Winner of the 2018 Indie Horror Book Awards, was named a “Fearsome First” by The Library Journal and found its way onto dozens of reviewers’ “Top 10 Horror Books of 2018”. His follow-up novel, The Hungry Ones, is garnering similar attention and praise. His middle grade science fiction/fantasy book, The Mad Scientists of New Jersey, made him a favorite visitor at schools across the state. Chris penned The Roswell Project (sci-fi) for Windowlight Productions, Habblah: Classic Rock (horror) for Seymore Films, Double or Nothing (horror) for Level 10 TV, The Boy Smiles (horror) for Bora Bora Films, and A Valentine for Bernie (drama) for Budosh Movies. He has thirteen full-length plays produced by the Butte Theater and the Thin Air Theatre Company of Colorado. Chris is an original company member of The Present Company, producers of the NY Fringe. He has taught/directed at Cornell University, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, the Atlantic Theatre Company School and Interlochen. He is also an audiobook narrator with three AudioFile Earphones awards and over two hundred titles to his credit.

The Messy Man will be published by Harmful Monkey Press in May 2020.

You can follow Chris on:

Twitter: @casorensen
His Website: casorensenwrite.com

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