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Chuck Wendig’s astonishing sequel to Double Dead!

Posted on May 27, 2012 by Flames

San Francisco after the zombie apocalypse. The vampire turned shepherd-with-a-shotgun Coburn is on the trail of his vampire sire. There’s bad blood between them and scores to be settled.

But just out in the Bay in the abandoned fortress prison of Alcatraz, a ketamine-snorting cult of New age weirdoes who eat the flesh of the zombie as some kind of grotesque communion bring a new threat to Coburn’s continuing existence – super zombies!

After his rip-roaring debut novel, Double Dead, the inimitable Wendig has returned to his world turned upside by the zombie apocalypse, in which a lone vampire finds himself protecting a terrified remnant of mankind. Or ‘lunch’, as he prefers to think of them.

Irreverent, bloody, and darkly humorous, Bad Blood goes for the throat from the first sentence and is available now in Kindle format at Amazon.com.

“…not the standard zombie fare; the human and vampire elements really make this one worth seeking out.” – British Fantasy Society on Double Dead

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