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2013: The Zombies Take Manhattan

2013: The Zombies Take Manhattan

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by Louise Ann Barton
     
 

A psychological thriller: It’s the spring of 2013, the time of the great Zombie Apocalypse. Upper Manhattan is the last area to fall and mystery writer, Christine Chambers packs up her kitty and decides to flee.

With nowhere to go, she takes refuge inside the Cloisters museum. This castle-like structure, part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is set

Overview

A psychological thriller: It’s the spring of 2013, the time of the great Zombie Apocalypse. Upper Manhattan is the last area to fall and mystery writer, Christine Chambers packs up her kitty and decides to flee.

With nowhere to go, she takes refuge inside the Cloisters museum. This castle-like structure, part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is set atop a huge acreage, with steep drops from the ramparts to the mighty Hudson River below. Surrounded by iron gates it seems to be zombie proof. But she is soon joined by a madman.

With zombies outside and a dangerous serial killer within, she desperately spends her days and nights hiding inside the castle, which is riddled with underground tunnels and secret passages. Before long, hungry animals find their way inside and, it seems, the zombies are evolving.
This plot keeps to the historical and structural reality of the Cloisters, and as close as the author can manage to serial killer profiles.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044552357
Publisher:
Louise Ann Barton
Publication date:
05/22/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
159,331
File size:
243 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

LOUISE ANN BARTON is a master storyteller from a family of Cherokee master storytellers. She has an MA in education, a minor in law, and a Master Gardeners' Certification. She has authored both fiction and non-fiction, web and newspaper articles, novels, short stories, flash fiction, children's stories, plays, and is an award-winning poet. She edits musical CD inserts and is a ghostwriter. After a lifetime in NYC, she retired to the Pine Barrens with her faithful feline companion. Known as "the Mistress of the Scary", her works are noted for being page turners, containing thrills and chills. In addition to THE MERRY CHRISTMAS MURDERS, she has written a series of books on the NJ Pine Barrens, containing Piney lore, poems, recipes, and scary stories. The Piney books are carried in the Ocean County Libraries, and the gift shops of Tuckerton Seaport and the Pinelands Preservation Alliance (NJ).

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