"Zombies don't exist. You told me they don't exist."
"There's a corpse clawing its way out of a grave over there. I'm open to the possibility that I may have been wrong."
I see dead people.
And I'm not the only one. They're even on Facebook.
The dead are rising, and if we don't stop them before the infection spreads any further, we're going to be knee-deep in the zombie apocalypse before you can say mmm, brains.
The only problem is, we don't know why they're rising, who started it, or how to stop them.
But G & C London, Private Investigators, are on the case. Just as soon as we get through dealing with disapproving reapers, irate magicians, zombie-fied chickens, and a small internal case of undeadness.
This is the second book in the Gobbelino London, PI urban fantasy series, centred around the adventures of a mercenary feline PI and his human sidekick. It contains snarky cats and other gods, many bad jokes and terrible puns, plus a large serving of mythological and real creatures behaving badly. It will appeal to anyone who likes their fantasy funny, modern, and filled with friendship rather than romance - and also to those who suspect their cat may be living a great and secret life when they're not looking.
A Contagion of Zombies contains some violence, particularly toward the already dead, but none of it is graphic. It contains no sex and only mild language. It does, however, contain blasphemy.