PATRICK THOMAS has had stories published in over three dozen magazines and more than fifty anthologies. He’s written 38 books including 8 books in the fantasy humor series Murphy’s Lore (Redemption Road which tells the tale of the Norse trickster Loki and Murphy on a road trip through the otherworlds; Shadow of the Wolf, a werewolf's quest to discover the roots of his power and save his family from a rogue Federal agent; Fools' Day, the story of several tricksters in Bulfinche's Pub on an April Fools' Day gone bad. There are also six collections are Tales from Bulfinche's Pub, Through the Drinking Glass, Bartender of the Gods, Nightcaps, and the zombie themed Empty Graves) and the urban fantasy spin offs Fairy With A Gun, Fairy Rides The Lightning, Dead To Rites, Rites of Passage, Lore & Dysorder and two more - Statenders and Constellation Prize - in the Startenders series.
He co-writes the Mystic Investigators paranormal mystery series and The Assassins’ Ball, a traditional mystery, co-authored with John L. French. His latest books include the steampunk As The Gears Turn and the graphic novel Case of the Moon Maniac with Blair Webb. His first novel Exile & Entrance is being re-released in a 20th Anniversary edition.
His darkly humorous advice column Dear Cthulhu includes the collections Cthulhu Knows Best, Have A Dark Day, Good Advice For Bad People, Cthulhu Knows Best and What Would Cthulhu Do?
A number of his books were part of the props department of the CSI television show and one was even thrown at a suspect. Fairy With A Gun was optioned by Laurence Fishburne’s Cinema Gypsy Productions. Act of Contrition, a story featuring his Soul For Hire hitman has been made into a short film by Top Men Productions. Drop by www.patthomas.net to learn more.