Urban fantasy author Nassise raises the alternate history genre to brilliant new heights. This is a treat for zombie and horror fans, military fiction aficionados, history buffs, and steampunk lovers alike, all of whom will be clamoring for the next installment.

Library Journal

When the American ace Major Jack Freeman–poster boy for the war against the Kaiser’s undead army of shamblers–is shot down over enemy lines and taken captive, veteran Captain Michael “Madman” Burke is the only man brave and foolish enough to accept the mission to recover him. Burke assembles a team of disparate members – his right-hand man, Sergeant Moore, big-game-hunter-turned-soldier Clayton Manning, and Professor Dan Graves, one of Tesla’s top men and the resident authority on all things supernatural, among them – to dare the impossible. With the help of a highly advanced British dirigible war machine used to infiltrate enemy territory, the team will face incredible danger as it struggles to reach the prison camp and strike at the heart of the enemy.

Pitted against them is the most deadly enemy of all: Manfred von Richthofen, the Red Baron. Having risen from the dead with his physical abilities enhanced but his mind on the brink of madness, Richthofen has plans for victory that give no quarter to soldiers or civilians alike.

And he has plans for Major Freeman…

Praise for the Great Undead War series:
“Relentless pacing, nonstop action, and improbable but nifty-sounding military gadgetry (portable personal gliding devices, magnetism grenades) power an unremittingly entertaining story line that with broad appeal for history buffs, horror aficionados, and fans of steampunk.” (Publishers Weekly)

“BY THE BLOOD OF HEROES is a genre-twisting madhouse of horror, Steampunk SF and zombie madness that is too damn much fun to miss! Buckle up…this is a wild ride!”(Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of ROT & RUIN and FLESH & BONE)

“Joe Nassise delivers one amazing alternative history adventure in By the Blood of Heroes….a tour-de-force of adrenaline-drenched mayhem.” (Jon Merz, author of Shadow Warrior and Lawson Vampire series)

“I would argue Joseph Nassise is the most important thing to happen to zombies since Max Brooks, and that’s no hyperbole. He’s really that good.” (Joe McKinney, author of Dead City and Flesh Easters)