Das Motel is the German edition of my first novel, The Last Motel. Available now from Festa Verlag.
Purchase direct from the publisher or from Amazon.de.
Audio book also available from Audible.de
Will there be an English version of this and will it be available in the USA? I hope so. I’m dying to read it. I love the cover with the bloody hand!
August 22, 2011 at 3:57 pm
ok I missed that it was the German edition of the last motel. That’s good, I can get that in the US on Amazon.com. I would like the German edition as well because of the cover.
August 22, 2011 at 4:52 pm
If you do pick up THE LAST MOTEL, I hope you enjoy it.
Thanks for coming ’round my corner of the net.
August 22, 2011 at 9:57 pm
At first : I´m sorry for my english, but i must write here something….
Our German McBean-Editions from Festa are really great, i love these Covers.
I´m from Bavaria / Germany and since i read my first McBean, Die Mutter (The Mother) , i´m a big Fan.
In a few Days i will get into the Motel, Yeah !!!
Die Sünder: Tales of Sin and Madness is coming in August (in German) – that will be a great Summer, Hell Yeah !!
Mister McBean please write faster, we need more of this Stuff !!!!
Greetings from the South of Germany,
***1978 was a good Year, i´m also born in 1978 – *Handshake**** 🙂
March 30, 2012 at 11:19 am
Very kind of you to write. I’m glad you enjoyed Die Mutter, and I hope you will also like Das Motel.
I also love the Festa covers, and am thrilled to be working with them to bring the good folk of Germany my books.
Thanks again, and all the best,
March 30, 2012 at 12:31 pm
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The Mammoth Book of Jack the Ripper Stories
Blurring the Line
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