The War on Horror (Cities of the Dead)

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Chief Petty Officer Daryl "Sandman" Grecich is a US Navy SEAL, a member of the most elite special forces in the world and a veteran of countless missions into the most dangerous areas of the world. But zombie-infested Atlanta, Georgia might be the most dangerous destination, yet. This is the twelfth in a series. A new story releases weekly until March 2012.

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About William Young

William Young can fly helicopters and airplanes, drive automobiles, steer boats, rollerblade, water ski, snowboard, and ride a bicycle. His career as a newspaper reporter spanned more than a decade at five different newspapers. He has also worked as a golf caddy, flipped burgers at a fast food chain, stocked grocery store shelves, sold ski equipment, worked at a funeral home, unloaded trucks for a department store and worked as a uniformed security guard. He lives in a small post-industrial town along the Schuylkill River in Pennsylvania with his wife and three children.

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Review by: Michelle Damon on April 24, 2013 :
Good read - I especially liked the different view points from characters involved from different locals - I will reco/mmend this book to everyone
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: Francis Hagan on Jan. 21, 2012 :
This is a crisp smart short story which cracks along a a good speed. As a zombie fan I very much fall into the classic 'Romero' genre of zombie tales and Young's tale here of a SEAL team infiltrating a CD base falls very much into that genre. That writing is tense without being melodramatic and moves the reader along on a fine knife-edge between tensin and description. This is the first of the zombie short stories penned by Young - I am looking forward to reading the rest.
(review of free book)
Review by: Joey Jones on Jan. 20, 2012 :
Once again an excellent addition to the story. But I don't think you would need a 9 iron to hit a 100 yard shot. Unless the wind was in your face and you were playing a little knockdown shot. I'd say its probably a 56 degree wedge for that shot.
(review of free book)
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