Eric D. Knapp
Eric D. Knapp has been writing since the first grade, when he was awarded his first of two Young Author’s Awards. As an adult, Eric is a recognized expert in the significantly-more-serious world of cyber security, and has written several non-fiction books and blogs. His professional writing is counter-balanced by his smile-inducing novels, which are heavily influenced by classic authors such as Asimov and Bradbury, as well as more contemporary work from Adams, Pratchett and Vonnegut.
Cluck: Murder Most Fowl
Armand, the Chicken Exorcist foretold for centuries, faces his greatest opponent when he comes across the undead Rooster King — spit from the very mouth of hell to preside over his harem of horrifying hens at Rambling Acres Farm. But this is no ordinary chicken haunting, and as Armand becomes entangled in an ancient prophecy his abilities and his beliefs are put to the test. Cluck is a tale of good, evil, guilt and forgiveness that will be beloved by fans of Sir Terry Pratchett. If you only read one zombie chicken book this year, you owe it to yourself for Cluck to be it!