Scavengers: August (Scavengers #2)

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Year 1893. Six years ago, the Plague turned the infected into flesh-eating monsters and bound the population to overcrowded cities. James Hurst had retrieved a treasure that would secure the financial future of his family and lost his virginity to the treasure hunter he hired. Back in London, how will he deal with the reality of being a husband and father without giving up the new found pleasures? More

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About K.A. Merikan

K.A. Merikan is the pen name for Kat and Agnes Merikan, a team of writers, who are taken for sisters with surprising regularity. Kat’s the mean sergeant and survival specialist of the duo, never hesitating to kick Agnes’s ass when she’s slacking off. Her memory works like an easy-access catalogue, which allows her to keep up with both book details and social media. Also works as the emergency GPS. Agnes is the Merikan nitpicker, usually found busy with formatting and research. Her attention tends to be scattered, and despite pushing thirty, she needs to apply makeup to buy alcohol. Self-proclaimed queen of the roads.
They love the weird and wonderful, stepping out of the box, and bending stereotypes both in life and books. When you pick up a Merikan book, there’s one thing you can be sure of – it will be full of surprises.


– We are Polish,
– We’re neither sisters nor a couple,
– Kat’s an artist, and Agnes is a psychologist but neither works in her field,
– Kat’s fingers are two times longer than Agnes’s.

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Review by: Kirikos on Dec. 16, 2012 : (no rating)
It is a very fine story, realistic and hot. At the same time scenes with zombies are really scary for me, but oddly it is adding a pinch of excitement of another level. So, on the whole this story is worth reading. Thank you for your work :)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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