Joe Coffin Season One

Vampires on a murder spree. A hitman out for revenge. How hard can it be to kill the undead?

‘Gritty and realistic vampire novel.’ *****

A gangster out for revenge

Joe Coffin is fresh out of prison, but going straight is the last thing on his mind. While he was inside his wife and young son were brutally murdered, and now it’s time for payback.

A reporter after a career-making story

Emma Wylde is investigating notorious Birmingham gang The Slaughterhouse Mob, and knows she is on to something big. But now her source, Steffanie Coffin, is dead, and Emma is afraid she might be next.

Missing children

Jacob and Peter never expected to find anyone in Number 99, an old, rotting house on the edge of town. But now Peter has been murdered, and Jacob is being kept prisoner in the cellar by Joe Coffin’s dead wife.

Soon Joe Coffin and Emma Wylde will become unlikely allies in a fight against a growing horde of vicious vampires invading Birmingham. But will either of them survive long enough to find the answers they are looking for?

Get reading the ‘gritty, fast-paced, potty mouthed, violent start to the Joe Coffin series…’ today and discover why readers are buying the rest of the series as soon as they finish Book One.

Check out what readers are saying about Joe Coffin on Amazon-

“If ever a book deserved to be binge-watched, Joe Coffin is it.”
“Joe Coffin Season One drew me in from the very first page, and didn’t let up until the end. Except that even now, I’m craving more.”
“This was genuinely the best read I’ve had in a long time and I cannot wait for more from Joe Coffin!”

"What a book. Had me hooked from the start. A no nonsense style which I prefer in both reading and my own writing. What I liked from the start was there are very few characters you’d ever wish to socialise with. However, they were so well developed, you end up rooting for them all the way. And Joe Coffin is as anti-hero as they come. I’ve never been a fan of vampire novels, but that doesn’t matter when the writing is strong. Some of the images of horror stick in the mind vividly. A toddler vampire slurping over its feast, then there’s the empathy you develop for even secondary characters. Poor Julie, I so wanted her to escape, but she didn’t, and had me feeling the loss. And then I realised. God, she might come back as a vampire now. And I really liked her. Also have to say, I adore Stump and Corpse, and hope to meet them again in Joe Coffin: Season Two. I currently have in my wardrobe over 150 books waiting and usually keep to a strict order of reading. Hmmm … can I wait a year or so begin book two? I think my rules may have to bend a little."

Brutal Captor I

She’s devoted to saving lives. When she pulls a bullet from a mobster’s chest, can she also melt his frozen


A man with a mission, a woman on the run. Can they escape the past that haunts them both? Years

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