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Zombies! Episode 10 - State of Emergency

Smashwords Edition

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.

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What has come before.

Zombies! It's not the end of the world.

And don't ever let anybody tell you differently.

Anthony Heron fought zombies in hospitals, apartments, churches, and abandoned office buildings. He lost close friends and colleagues. He nearly lost his mind. And in the end, he came away with cancer and a pink slip.

Shawn Rudd fought a zombie on the street, the first. He went to jail and was released. He fought zombies in an abandoned construction yard only to find out that his boyfriend was paying the bill so that he could run zombie fights. So he tried to kill his boyfriend and wound up shot instead. His teacher tried to save him but failed so it had been Heron who got him out of there.

Abby Benjamin was trapped in a hospital emergency room by zombies. The trauma almost cost her her job, her husband, and her integrity. She, too, went to the fights to see what it was all about and to see if she could stop it. It taught her that the world of zombies was frightening and no place for her. It taught her to stay away from that world.

Denise Luco fought the zombie infection from inside a laboratory. All she saw were specimens. Whenever anyone tried to label the zombies as people, she rebuffed their attempts. They may have been people at one time, but they were not people anymore. Then her research facility was closed by the government, her specimens were marked for destruction, and Zoe, the poor little zombie girl who had come in before all of the others, had called her Mommy.

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