In the shadowy world of international espionage and governmental black ops, when a group of American spies go bad and inadvertently unleash an ancient malevolent force that feeds on the fears of mankind, a young family finds themselves in the crosshairs of a frantic supernatural mystery of global proportions with only one man to turn for their salvation.
Combine the intricate, plot-driven stylings of suspense masters Tom Clancy and Robert Ludlum, add a healthy dose of Clive Barker’s dark and brooding occult horror themes, and you get a glimpse into the supernatural world of international espionage that the chilling horror novel Mister White will reveal.
John C. Foster’s Mister White is a terrifying genre-busting suspense shocker it was meant to be and will, once and for all, answer the question you dare not ask: “Who is Mister White?”
Praise for Mister White
“Mister White [is] a brilliant amalgamation of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy-esque cat-and-mouse espionage thriller, over the top 80s implacable-force-of-nature slasher yarn, and reality-refracting supernatural-occultist creepfest.” — Shawn Macomber, Rue Morgue
“Mister White is a potent and hypnotic brew that blends horror, espionage and mystery. Foster has written the kind of book that keeps the genre fresh and alive and will make fans cheer. Books like this are the reason I love horror fiction.” — Ray Garton, Grand Master of Horror Award-winner and Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of Live Girls and Scissors
“The most thrilling thing about Foster’s sweeping thriller Mister White is how well it’s written. If the idea is to put powerful words to paper, then Foster does it. And if the idea is to then use those words to pulley-up walls around a willing reader, trapping him or her in the world of , Foster does that, too.” — Josh Malerman, International bestselling author of Bird BoxMister White
“John C. Foster’s Mister White is a lightning-paced, globetrotting mashup of espionage, adventure and truly disturbing occult horror. Fun and nasty in all the right places.” — Paul Tremblay, New York Times bestselling author of A Head Full of Ghosts
“MISTER WHITE is a truly exceptional novel that is a breath of fresh air for the horror genre and honestly, one of the best novels I have read this year. I honestly think Mister White is worth of being classified as a modern classic and I am sure this novel will have a lasting legacy.” — Rich Duncan, The Horror Bookshelf
“John Foster’s Mister White is a finely tuned cat-and-mouse thriller that reads like a seamless integration of classic John Le Carré style spy thriller with the best of the Splatterpunk movement. With a stunning ending I’m still reeling from, Mister White feels like the same kind of unstoppable force as the titular character. Unlike Herr Weiss, you’ll be happily repeating John Foster’s name after you finish this.” — Bracken MacLeod, author of Stranded and Mountain Home
“Mister White is like Stephen King’s The Stand meets Ian Fleming’s James Bond with Graham Masterton’s The Manitou thrown in for good measure. It’s frenetically paced, spectacularly gory and eerie as hell.” — John F.D. Taff, Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of The End in All Beginnings
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