Zombies Episode 2.8: Hopeless Cases
Copyright 2011 by Ivan Turner
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The people and events in this book are fictional. Any resemblance to actual people or events is purely coincidental.
What has come before…
Invited to tour the Zombie Containment Facility, Abby Benjamin, who worked with victims of the zombie plague, was horrified to learn that the parent company, ZCF Incorporated, was making money by containing zombies and offering final services for family members. Though she appeared powerless to do anything about it, the company took her as a serious threat and took steps to throw her off balance and discredit her. As things developed, however, Albert Chatham and ZCF eventually turned their attentions toward more important issues. Abby, however, was left to deal with the fallout from the company’s clandestine activities.
Fugitives from the law, Denise Luco and Lance Naughton fled north to Canada. Though they started new lives there, both found their old lives incriminating on their personalities. Neither could find peace while they knew that the work they had left behind remained undone. In the end, they were exposed and brought back to New York. But no charges were brought against them. Naughton was reinstated into the Police Force and Luco was given the opportunity to move down to Atlanta and continue her work in fighting the zombie plague. It meant the end of their relationship, but not the end of their connection. Only a few weeks later, Luco discovered that she was pregnant. Knowing that she would not be with Naughton and could not care for a child, she made the decision to abort the child, quickly making an appointment with a doctor.