Funeral Pallor

There's a nest of zombies in an old city warehouse and they've got a hankering for human flesh, but that's the least of Valerie Stevens' problems. While necromancers are a dime a dozen, these mindless killing machines all share one thing in common: they're former occupants of every funeral home in the city.

All the evidence points to Val’s best friend and the only zombie in town with a law degre More

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Words: 80,180
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311459763
About Sean Cummings

Sean Cummings is a bestselling fantasy author with published works ranging from traditional urban fantasy (Shade Fright, Funeral Pallor) to a blend of dark fantasy and superheroes. (Marshall Conrad: A Superhero Tale)

2012 saw the publication of Sean’s first young adult novel. POLTERGEEKS is a rollicking story about teen witch Julie Richardson, her dorky boyfriend and a race against time to save her mother’s life. The second in the series is called STUDENT BODIES. Both were published by Angry Robot Books now defunct Young Adult imprint, Strange Chemistry Books.

In 2015, Sean published his first book for children – TO CATCH A CAT THIEF – courtesy of Rebel Light Books.

In May 2016 Severed Press published THE NORTH, a gripping post-apocalyptic zombie thriller for young adults, now a bestseller. In July 2016, Sean’s released the first in a brand new urban/dark fantasy series: IMMORTAL REMAINS – A Tim Reaper Novel, also a bestseller. In December 2016, Sean released the first in a new dark fantasy series best described as Kill Bill’s THE BRIDE meets THE SIXTH SENSE meets SONS OF ANARCHY. #GRUDGEGIRL tells the story of Jia Song, the living manifestation of retribution for murdered women and children whose deaths remains unsolved.

Sean is a veteran, and he lives in Saskatoon Canada with his wife and two lazy cats that don’t earn their keep and one very large spotted dog named Stormageddon.

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