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Publisher Description

“Dead Inside is a chilling crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic community – I loved the combination of suspense, carnage and the undead!” ~ Ursula K. Raphael, Zombiephiles.com

"Dead Inside is a post-apocalyptic murder mystery done right. Wood's vision stands out from the typical zombie fare. Welcome to the future." ~ Thom Brannan

“Dead Inside is a fast paced tale dealing with the psychological repercussions of the zombie apocalypse. Communities are created, heroes step up, and people are changed - and not always for the better.”~Suzanne Robb

"Gareth Wood has built one of the most harrowingly realistic z-poc worlds I've ever explored, and then delivers an epic tale of survival and loss."~Craig DiLouie, author of SUFFER THE CHILDREN

The people of the Mission Safe Zone have a problem. Nine years have passed since the dead rose and civilisation crumbled. The Mission Safe Zone, established in the first year of the outbreak, has managed to keep thousands of living humans safe from the undead hordes.
But now people are going missing, vanishing without trace, and Sheriff Jim Reilly suspects a new threat exists inside the Wall that surrounds the Safe Zone. Reilly believes that a serial killer lives among the survivors.

For salvagers Robyn Cartwright and Amanda Martin, a serial killer is the least they have to worry about. Something is going on with the undead outside the Wall, something that could have deadly repercussions for the Safe Zone, and every living thing within it.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2014
March 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
359
Pages
PUBLISHER
Permuted Press
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
631.8
KB

Customer Reviews

Maximus Jonesus ,

Strange Fascination

A mix of murder mystery, survival, and apocalyptic horror; I found this book hard to put down. I've read the previous stories several times over, with this book being my second favorite of the series. Loved the first in it's entirety. I hope to see more great stories from this author in the future(preferably the near).

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