Unbecoming

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Who is the Meat in the basement? That's the question on police SWAT Lt. Boulder Johnson's mind. The basement is in his brother-in-law Harley Earle's house and the question is important; Harley's wife, Boulder's sister, was never found after the uprising that saw the dead awaken. They were known as Meats when they were preying on the living. Now that they're gone, who's the Meat in the basement? More
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Published: March 15, 2011
Words: 3,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458072214
About Scott Crowder

I live just outside Raleigh, North Carolina. I've only been professionally published once, in last fall's edition of Flashquake online magazine, but I hope it's the start of something long term. I'm happily married, and I'm the father to two beautiful little girls, ages five and two, who will never be allowed to date boys, drive cars that are transporting boys, nor ride in cars to places where boys are present, or wear non-Amish-spinster-approved clothing in front of boys. I love horror movies, rhythmic noise, peanut butter, and the Munsters, not necessarily in that order. Please feel free to contact me if you want; I'd love to hear what you thought of the book. My e-mail address is zombieapocalypse at earthlink.net. Thanks for reading.

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Review by: MoratGurgeh on Aug. 23, 2013 : star star star star star
A beautiful little short that left me with a tear in my eye. Mr. Crowder is a pro.
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Review by: Brian Harmon on May 23, 2012 : star star star star star
Zombies, like vampires and werewolves, are everywhere you look lately, and I tend to ignore these stories in favor of more original concepts. But when I happened across this one, I found it to be a welcome exception. Set nearly two years after the rising of the dead, it looked at the zombie plague from a fresh and intriguing new angle that had little to do with the usual apocalyptic carnage. Well-written, emotional and with great dialog, I came away from this one perfectly satisfied and eager to read more by this author.
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Review by: Mia Darien on Oct. 20, 2011 : star star star star star
I rarely give any review five stars, but this one called for it. I can't really find anything wrong with it. It was the right length for the story it was telling and fleshed the characters out succinctly. The author has interesting word choices that really work for the tale. This one was intense and a little heart-breaking. Good job, Mister Crowder. I will definitely be checking out more of your work.
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