Dead Girl

Overview

An average girl living in the city is murdered. Nothing new, right? It happens every day. Just another statistic. That is...until she woke up dead.

Trapped within her own decaying shell, the dead girl struggles to piece together the awful events of her untimely death and hunt down the man responsible. Armed only with a kiss from an ancient Egyptian God, a pockmarked memory, her ex-boyfriend, and a murder of crows Jamie Lund comes face to face ...

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Overview

An average girl living in the city is murdered. Nothing new, right? It happens every day. Just another statistic. That is...until she woke up dead.

Trapped within her own decaying shell, the dead girl struggles to piece together the awful events of her untimely death and hunt down the man responsible. Armed only with a kiss from an ancient Egyptian God, a pockmarked memory, her ex-boyfriend, and a murder of crows Jamie Lund comes face to face with something more terrifying and real than mere death...she suffers the agony of being undead!

With illustrations from Charles Hearn, this sardonic tale comes to life like no other zombie story, popping from the page with stunning, unnatural brilliance.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982812198
  • Publisher: Crazy Duck Press, llc
  • Publication date: 8/11/2011
  • Pages: 268
  • Age range: 15 years
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.56 (d)

Meet the Author

Notorious Poet. Fool. Born in Washington DC. Stavros was a writer and editor for The Independent Underground Magazine. A performing poet, his verse has been published in several online and print publications, including Central Avenue, The Sword That Cuts Through Stone, Poets Against The War, Conceptions Southwest, The Mynd, Imagine: Creative Arts Journal, and Bartleby, where he won a specialty award for his poem, Blackbird. In 1999, he won an Official Selection into the Writer's on the Edge Festival for his play, The Redline. In 2001, he created the Poetry Television Project for public cable access in Albuquerque, NM. He helped to launch Unpublished Magazine and BioGamer Girl, sponsored the monthly poetry series, The Word Café, and produced a political compilation called Poetic Democracy. In 2007, he released the award-winning documentary film, Committing Poetry in Times of War.

He is also a photographer, graphic designer, and musician. In 2010, he released his first novel, Blood Junky, to exceptional praise and review. Lori Bowland from Living Dead Media.com called it "one of the best vampire novels ever written." He soon followed with the release of Dead Girl: A Romantic Zombie Tale of Revenge and Love in Vein (Blood Junky's sequel). You can learn more about Stavros and his creative works at: www.bitemereallyhard.com.

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