“Jon D’Amore’s Deadfellas has my two favorite elements, history and Mafia stories. I love the building of each character, which always makes for a classic gangster tale. Then out of the blue, it becomes “The Night Of The Living Dead” and “Goodfellas” all in one. I couldn't put this book down. Great writing and a great story. ***** stars! Oh, and my two big hits with Rod Stewart are in it. Awesome!”
Legendary drummer of Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Rod Stewart, King Kobra. Bestselling author of Stick It! My Life Of Sex, Drums & Rock ‘n’ Roll.
“So you wondered where all of those dead mobsters were hanging out? Forget the Corleone family and their lakeside cottage. Skip New Jersey’s meadowlands and head for Nevada. In his ingenious new book Deadfellas, Jon D’Amore mingles mob lore with a wacky zombie jamboree to come up with the best read since The Boss Always Sits In The Back. And speaking of the boss, you may find him out there too – along with damsels in distress, one genuine hero – and a denouement that will leave you laughing and shaking your head as D’Amore’s sly humor and his firsthand knowledge of “the family” provides the perfect – shall we say – payoff. Get an extra copy. You’re going to want to share this one.”
Author of Objects of Our Affection and Muddy Waters: The Legacy of Katrina and Rita. Former journalist and editor for The Philadelphia Enquirer, The Record of Hackensack, and The Passaic Herald News.
“If Mafia fiction is like an Italian meal, then Jon D'Amore is a master chef serving up a banquet of wise guys, mob bosses, hit men and casino scams. But this isn't your grandmother's spaghetti. D'Amore has seasoned the sauce with ancient Indian curses and a liberal helping of the undead. Every mouthful of this delicious mob/zombie fusion will satisfy your craving for extra helpings.”
Steven W. Booth
Co-author of The Hungry (Sheriff Penny Miller) zombie series.
“Besides Jon D’Amore being a stand-up guy, a goombah you can respect, from page one of Deadfellas you know he’s creating from his life’s experiences. I always knew he was a great writer, but this is a real piece of work. I suggest buying a copy, or you’ll be getting the ‘Moe Green special.’ And don’t forget to take the cannoli.”
Deaditor-In-Chief of Girls and Corpses Magazine.