Jacobi Street | A Novel by Matthew LeDrew

Jacobi Street | Matthew LeDrew

Veteran horror-scribe Matthew LeDrew returns to his suspenseful roots in Jacobi Street, the thrilling new novel that takes readers into the darkest corners of the Engen Universe. Bob had a normal life, one of many struggling artists vying for critical attention in the competitive district called Jacobi Street, until the day a mysterious unnamed painting showed up at the gallery he worked at. Since that day more and more people have been disappearing, and the captive audience trapped within the painting keeps growing…


Title Information:

ISBN: 978-1-926903-59-0
Release Date: August 2017
eBook Purchase: Amazon.com
Page Count: 172
Price: Print: $15 / eBook: $2.99

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“Jacobi Street paints a vivid picture of everyday life in a bohemian neighborhood. By the time you realize everything isn’t what it seems, it’ll be too late to put the book down. While it might not be the place to settle down, Jacobi Street is definitely worth the visit.”
— Amanda Labonté, Call of the Sea

“This novel is Tales from the Crypt meets Doctor Who,”
— Heather Reilly, Binding of the Almatraek

“My inner art nerd was utterly engaged. I wish this street existed, because I want to visit it.” — Ali House, The Six Elemental

“This will arguably be the darkest story from the Engen universe but even after ten years of writing LeDrew is still able to paint a horrifying tale with his writing.”
— Paul Carberry, Zombies on the Rock

What an absolute pleasure it was to read this book! The perfect mix of thrills and horror with a splash of humor and a dash of comradery – all the ingredients you need for a page turner!
— Nicole Little, award-winning short fiction author

“Jacobi Street was exactly what I was looking for, a great story that required almost precisely as much free time as I had to read this past week (which, sadly, wasn’t as much as I’d like). I wanted to read something thematic for Hallowe’en, without a ton of gore and violence, but interesting just the same. This hit the spot, with its psychological horror revealed bit by bit in perfect fashion. I found myself reading “just one more chapter” several times over the past few days, until I steamrolled through the last 10 or so last night and into the wee hours this morning.” — Jeff Slade, author of The Culling.

“I was absolutely wrapped up in it. You just get absorbed into this tale. Some of the descriptions of the painting itself are downright chilling.” — Mandi Coates, Coates & Jackets

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