Mr. Pakool's Spice

A father and his two children are trying to make it through the wintry back woods of Oregon state to somewhere safe, through the zombie apocalypse.
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Words: 12,720
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311659316
About JZ Murdock

JZ Murdock's first horror story was published in 1990 and now also an audiobook ("In Memory, Yet Crystal Clear") is a story about how American becomes a dystopian society through following one man. it is a Philip K Dick type story we need to avoid allowing to happen, even as we have recently.

I also have short stories published in various anthologies along with other authors. With a degree. in Psychology, he was for many years a Sr. Technical Writer. But as there isn't much character or story development in that and certainly no punch at the end, he has chosen to turn his attentions to writing horror and sci fi, screenplays and some non-fiction, including a weekly blog at Murdockinations.com.

The first full chapter of Death of heaven, "The Conqueror Worm" is also available as standalone ebook or audiobook (http://amzn.to/21QDauB). I challenge anyone to read that and not honestly feel that they do not want to turn the page to the next chapter. Also there are several audiobooks available on Amazon, Audible.com and iTunes - http://bit.ly/1qXtMSl

I also write screenplays including a true crime story, The Teenage Bodyguard. Also, Gray and Lover The Hearth Tales Incident, and others.

Please stop by and visit JZMurdock.com

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