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The Summer of Love is a fading memory, the Cold War rages on, Richard M.
barely holding onto the Presidency, and the dead are returning to life.
Five friends on their way to a week at Lake Tahoe, a Vietnam veteran in
trying to get home to his daughter in New Mexico, an older couple idling in
shop in the hills, and a dangerous man who has spent twenty years preparing
strange family for the end of the world.
As civilization collapses, these scattered survivors cross paths, and the
are the least of the horrors unleashed.
Those who die will walk. Those who live will hope for a quick death, and
PRAY TO STAY DEAD.
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About the author:
Mason James Cole is the pseudonym of an apparently mild-mannered
type who doesn't want his family and friends to know he writes stuff like
this. His boring but lucrative job keeps him on the road five months out of
year, and that's when he watches scary movies, reads scary books, and writes
scary stories. He smiles and nods through church every Sunday and secretly
votes Green. He lives in Farmington, Utah.
Praise for PRAY TO STAY DEAD:
"A brutally entertaining collision of zombie thriller
and grindhouse action. Not for the faint of heart!"
New York Times bestselling author
of Patient Zero
"This guy Mason James Cole knocked me back on my heels. I've read a lot of
zombie books over the last few years, and frankly, I thought I had seen it
all. It seemed like nothing could shock me anymore. But Pray to Stay Dead
delivered on all fronts. It's got all the raw emotional violence and brutal
gore one would expect from a zombie book, but those things are only the
surface of this tale. Underneath, Pray to Stay Dead possesses an elegantly
simple style of storytelling that I haven't found since my first encounter
with Jack Ketchum. Mason James Cole is that good. Read Pray to Stay Dead,
and then pray this guy writes more soon, because he's the real deal."
- Joe McKinney, author of Dead City and Apocalypse of the Dead
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GEORGE A. ROMERO
ON PRINT IS DEAD:
"These guys know more about the undead than I do. and that's saying
something, because I've been hanging out with zombies for as long as I can
Posted August 12, 2011
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