The Christmas Zombie

Adult
Since "God's Wrath" (what some called the apocalypse), he has been living in a fortified cabin in Wisconsin's North Woods. He has cleared his area of walkers ruthlessly. Once he helped others, until he became a killer by necessity. But now he finds himself unprepared when a group of walkers crosses his path. Destiny? Or a test of his humanity? How will December 23rd end for one survivor? More

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About W.D. Gagliani

W. D. Gagliani’s Wolf’s Trap was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award in 2004. His novels Wolf's Gambit, Wolf's Bluff and the upcoming Wolf's Edge (2011) also feature Homicide Detective Nick Lupo. He is the author of numerous short stories published in anthologies such as Robert Bloch’s Psychos, Dark Passions: Hot Blood 13 (with David Benton), Wicked Karnival Halloween Horror, Small Bites, The Midnighters Club, and More Monsters From Memphis, among others. "The Great Belzoni and the Gait of Anubis," also a werewolf tale of sorts, is available through Amazon.com. His stories have appeared in e-zines such as Dead Lines, Wicked Karnival, Horrorfind, and The Grimoire. His book reviews are published regularly in Cemetery Dance, the Bram Stoker Award–winning Web site Chiaroscuro (www.chizine.com), the Web site HorrorWorld, and others, and his nonfiction has been in The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, BookPage, BookLovers, The Scream Factory, Horror Magazine, Science Fiction Chronicle, and various others. When not writing, reading, or reviewing books, he listens to old and new progressive rock, plays with vintage synthesizers and his Theremin, and collects interesting weaponry. He is a member of the Horror Writers Association (HWA), the International Thriller Writers (ITW), and the Authors Guild. MYSTERIES & MAYHEM is a collection of stories, published and new, written with David Benton. MOOD ELEVATOR is one of those, previously published in HOT BLOOD 13.

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