Shelly Plank - fat, middle-aged, unhappily married, and bottom-rung goon in The Organization, the city's biggest organized crime outfit, is at the end of his rope. His entire adult life has been one crushing humiliation after another. His wife doesn't respect him, his coworkers mock him, and his tyrannical boss, Felix Colt, keeps him around basically for torture and amusement.
That is, until Felix goes missing. Without a trace.
Most suspect Delmer Rossi, head of The Brotherhood, The Organization's chief rival, but Shelly smells an inside job. Felix's right-hand man, Trent Epps, is now in charge and he's far too eager to put the tragedy behind them, and seems far too eager to spend some quality time with Felix's longtime girlfriend (who Shelly saw first, he'll have you know), the ravishing ex-stripper, Stacie Cooley. The problem with Shelly Plank's suspicion is he's Shelly Plank, and nothing short of getting Felix Colt himself to rise from a shallow grave and point his finger at Trent will convince The Organization they're being led by a traitorous murderer.
So when Shelly finds Felix down at the waterfront; dazed, incoherent, but seemingly alive he hatches a plan to expose his new boss and win the respect and admiration so long denied. But there's one major problem: something is seriously wrong with Felix Colt, and a growing number of others.
They're dead, and starving for human flesh.
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About the Author
Scott Gibbs is a part-time writer with a full-time job. He lives in New Hampshire with his wife, Amy, and their three cats.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a great new take on the whole zombie genre. Not zombies in the sense that we usually know them, but who knows what zombies would be like? This book is certainly not for the faint of heart, full of sex, gore and straight up uncomfortable situations. But it is so well written that its hard to believe this is Scott's first novel. The characters are well developed (if not entirely loveable) the story flows nicely and it keeps you wanting more! Hope to see more from Scott in the future.
Unique take on the zombie genre. Told from the point of view of one of the first to notice the oncoming zombie apocalypse, yet he's got his own crap to worry about. It's gory, full of sex and profanity, and kinda funny all at the same time. Impressive self-published title.
Great work Scott. Can't wait to see what's next!
Great 'zombie' story. Characters are awesome and the location could be anywhere USA. It is hard to tell that this is his first novel. Great job Scott and can't wait for the next book!