“Dead of Winter is an exceptionally well crafted horror novel that tells a gripping story of dark religious doings, a horrific serial killer, and a sympathetic Inspector, in a dark and fascinating historical setting of 19th century Canada. The atmospherics are outstanding and the story offers plenty of surprises right up to its shocking and violent conclusion. Highly recommended.”
-- Douglas Preston, New YorkTimes bestselling co-author of The Monster of Florence and Cold Vengeance
"A major new talent."
-- James Rollins, NewYorkTimes bestselling author of, Map of Bones and Black Order
"Dead of Winter is a thrilling, wholly-engrossing read that masterfully crosses multiple genres and leaves the reader breathless. Moreland weaves one hell of a history lesson, rich with brilliant characters and incredible plot twists. Highly recommended!"
-- Brian Keene, best-selling author of The Last Zombie and Ghoul
“With Dead of Winter, Brian Moreland breathes disturbing new life into an ancient horror legend. Crisp dialogue, riventing action, and a skin-on-your-teeth pace. Wow!”
-- Jonathan Maberry, New York Times Best-selling author of Patient Zero and Dead of Night
"This is one hell of a great read."
-- Nate Kenyon, award-winning author of The Reach, Sparrow Rock, and StarCraft Ghost: Spectres
"Brian Moreland's Shadows in the Mistis a smashing debut of a major new talent. Combining Masonic history, mysticism, and Nordic rune-lore, Moreland's tale of a worldat war is equal parts horror story and spine-jangling thriller."
-- NewYork Times best-selling authorJames Rollins, Map of Bones and Black Order
“Band of Brothers meets The Da Vinci Code. Brian Moreland weaves together the best elements of military, supernatural and religious conspiracy genres, staking out a new territory all his own.”
--T.L. Hines, author of Waking Lazarus
“A rocket-paced mystery about occult-obsessed Nazis. Classic good vs. evil action in this page turner!”
-- Reich of the Black Sun
“Shadows in the Mistis probably one of the best books I've read this year.”