#1 bestselling horror author and multiple Bram Stoker Award finalist Michaelbrent Collings brings you “a great, complex story” (Horror After Dark) with “twists and turns that keep you guessing right up towards the end” (Horror Drive-In).
“I already know all your names. As for me… you can call me Mr. Do-Good.”
Five strangers have woken up in a white room. A room with no doors, no windows.
A room with no hope.
“5 stars!” Sci-Fi & Scary
Because these strangers have been kidnapped, drugged… and brought here as the newest contestants in the world’s most high-stakes scavenger hunt.
“A GREAT story that kept me guessing until the end… it will not be a story that you will want to put down!” – The Genre Minx
Run by a madman named Mr. Do-Good, the game offers only two options: win or die.
“Unputdownable!” – Fundinmental book reviews
All they have to do to survive is…
complete every task…
and not break any of Do-Good’s rules.
“Scarily good.” – Colin Garrow book reviews
Playing the game will bring the players to their breaking point and beyond. But play they will, because Do-Good has plans for these strangers, and their only chance to live through the night is to discover what’s really behind his Scavenger Hunt.
“A great, complex story” (Horror After Dark) with “twists and turns that keep you guessing right up towards the end” (Horror Drive-In).
About Michaelbrent Collings
One of the most versatile writers around, Michaelbrent Collings is an internationally bestselling novelist, produced screenwriter, and multiple Bram Stoker Award finalist. While he is best known for horror (and is one of the most successful indie horror authors in the United States), he has also written bestselling thriller, fantasy, science fiction, mystery, humor, young adult, and middle-grade works, and Western Romance.
As a novelist, Michaelbrent has written dozens of bestsellers that have also received critical acclaim, and he and his work have been featured on everything from mom-and-pop podcasts to Publishers Weekly, The San Francisco Book Review, and NPR.