Zombeast

Zombeast

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by F.W. Brown
     
 

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The year is 1971…and once again, Commander Alex Power call in agent Lance Ryder, this time to investigate the mysterious shooting death of a young military policeman, killed in Qui Trang Province, South Viet Nam.
A lead takes Ryder into the upper regions of Thailand and Cambodia where he quickly learns of the young policeman’s double life as a drug

Overview

The year is 1971…and once again, Commander Alex Power call in agent Lance Ryder, this time to investigate the mysterious shooting death of a young military policeman, killed in Qui Trang Province, South Viet Nam.
A lead takes Ryder into the upper regions of Thailand and Cambodia where he quickly learns of the young policeman’s double life as a drug smuggler. Returning to Vietnam after hitting a dead end in his search for the killer, Ryder discovers that the leader of the infamous gang of smugglers and killers is an army officer with much more on his mind than smuggling heroin.
The OMNI investigator methodically continues his pursuit unaware that he is on the verge of encountering a supernatural Moloch who is resolute in destroying Ryder and taking mankind to the brink of extinction.

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L.A Times
Five Stars

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013119048
Publisher:
Helm Publishing
Publication date:
07/27/2011
Series:
The Zombeast Trilogy , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
File size:
686 KB

Meet the Author

Author, F. Washington Brown, a retired engineer, formerly employed at White Sands Missile Range, NM, is a freelance writer for the New Mexico Magazine. He also pens a movie review column for Alamogordo Daily News. Mr. Brown is a world traveler and has lived in the countries he writes about for a period of a year or more.

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Zombeast 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Upon reading the first few chapters and hoping against hope that there would be some plot continuity, I found basically only gratuitous violence and sex, stilted speech, and writing one would expect of a lonely schoolboy with a vivid if somewhat perverted imagination. I finished the book merely to see if it got better, but it did not. Rather than taking this one to my local resale bookstore and unleashing its mediocrity upon the public, I put it in the garbage.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A refreashing departure from the worn path of vampires and zombies. If horror genre is your passion you'll like Zombeast.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Zombeast is an escape from the worn fair of neck bitting vampires and mindless zombies