Science fiction and fantasy
Jonathan L. Howard
Jonathan L. Howard has worked in the computer games industry as a scriptwriter and game designer, on titles such as Broken Sword. He writes comic steampunk fantasy about the misanthropic necromancer Johannes Cabal.
Book ReviewsJohannes Cabal: The Fear Institute
The acid-tongued necromancer journeys to the Dreamlands and takes on ghouls, gods, and furry menaces with a society who want to defeat fear itself.
Released in 2011.
Johannes Cabal the Detective
The necromancer is caught up in an airborne murder mystery in this Cluedo-meets-zombies adventure.
Released in 2010.
Johannes Cabal The Necromancer
An acerbic, over-educated necromancer tries to win back his soul in this occult comedy.
Released in 2009.
Other StuffJonathan L. Howard was at Headline Meets Online on March 24th 2010.
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