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Michael Barson

Michael Barson has worked in book publicity since 1984 at such houses as Doubleday, Pantheon, FSG, G.P. Putnam and (currently) Poisoned Pen Press/Sourcebooks. He is the author of more than a dozen books on popular culture, including RED SCARED!, TEENAGE CONFIDENTIAL (both with Steven Heller), TRUE WEST and LOST, LONELY, & VICIOUS. Barson has a Master’s degree in Popular Culture and a PhD in American Culture from BGSU in Ohio. He has worked with such authors as Kurt Vonnegut, Mickey Spillane, Tom Clancy, Lee Child, Clive Cussler, C.J. Box, Nick Hornby, Robert B.

Carter Wilson

USA Today and #1 Denver Post bestselling author Carter Wilson has written five critically acclaimed, stand-alone psychological thrillers, as well as numerous short stories. He is an ITW Thriller Award finalist, a two-time winner of the Colorado Book Award, and his novels have received multiple starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist and Library Journal. His sixth and latest novel is THE DEAD GIRL IN 2A. 

Maggie Robinson

Maggie Robinson is a former teacher, library clerk and mother of four who woke up in the middle of the night absolutely compelled to create the perfect man and use as many adjectives and adverbs as possible doing so. A transplanted New Yorker, she lives with her not-quite-perfect husband in Maine, where the cold winters are ideal for staying indoors and writing.

Michael Stanley

Michael Stanley is the writing team of Michael Sears and Stanley Trollip.

Both are retired professors who have worked in academia and business. Sears is a mathematician, specializing in geological remote sensing. Trollip is an educational psychologist, specializing in the application of computers to teaching and learning, and a pilot. They were both born in South Africa.

Michael Brandman

Michael Brandman is the author of three Jesse Stone novels, each based on characters created by Robert B. Parker, all on the New York Times bestseller list.

With his longtime partner, Tom Selleck, he produced and co-wrote nine Jesse Stone movies and three westerns.

His and Emanuel Azenberg’s production of Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead won the Venice Film Festival’s Golden Lion Award for Best Picture.

Roberta Gately

Roberta Gately is a nurse, humanitarian aid worker and author. Her first two books, LIPSTICK IN AFGHANISTAN and THE BRACELET, were novels based on her aid work. Her most recent book, FOOTPRINTS IN THE DUST, is a memoir chronicling the stories of the refugees with whom she worked.

Editorial Content for Apocalypse Taco

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Reviewer (text)

Brianna Robinson

A warning, you may either intensely crave tacos after reading APOCALYPSE TACO or be turned off from them for a while. Taco fans read at your own risk! Read More

Teaser

Sid, Axl and Ivan volunteer to make a late-night fast-food run for the high school theater crew, and when they return, they find copies of themselves onstage. As they look closer, they begin to realize that the world around them isn’t quite right. Turns out, when they went to the taco place across town, they actually crossed into an alien dimension that’s eerily similar to their world. Now the group will have to use their wits, their truck and even their windshield scraper to escape! But they may be too late. They may now be copies themselves...

Promo

Sid, Axl and Ivan volunteer to make a late-night fast-food run for the high school theater crew, and when they return, they find copies of themselves onstage. As they look closer, they begin to realize that the world around them isn’t quite right. Turns out, when they went to the taco place across town, they actually crossed into an alien dimension that’s eerily similar to their world. Now the group will have to use their wits, their truck and even their windshield scraper to escape! But they may be too late. They may now be copies themselves...

About the Book

Sid, Axl and Ivan volunteer to make a late-night fast-food run for the high school theater crew, and when they return, they find themselves. Not in a deep, metaphoric sense: They find copies of themselves onstage. As they look closer, they begin to realize that the world around them isn’t quite right. Turns out, when they went to the taco place across town, they actually crossed into an alien dimension that’s eerily similar to their world. The aliens have made sinister copies of cars, buildings and people --- and they all want to get Sid, Axl, and Ivan. Now the group will have to use their wits, their truck and even their windshield scraper to escape! But they may be too late. They may now be copies themselves...