Review by Frank Errington: From his fitting dedication to “John Russo, Father of the Living Dead,” right through to the unexpected ending, Tim Waggoner weaves a zombie tale like none other. The Way of All Flesh tells the story of David Croft, a father, ex-husband, twin and, oh yes, he’s a zombie.
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Review by Frank Errington: Apparently, Like Death, is not a new book. It’s just new to me and I couldn’t be happier that the folks at Apex Publications are putting it back out there in both paperback and ebook formats. The opening paragraph sets the tone and is just a sample of things to come. [...]
Almost heaven….or is it? Is Appalachia as mysterious and wonderful as people say? Or does its enduring beauty hold something dark. Something dreadful. Something very hungry for our flesh. Can the people of the region stand up against the hordes of the Undead and thrive as they have thrived under other worst circumstances? Appalachian Undead [...]