An Axe to Grind

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John Warren has honed survival into a fine art. In a world dominated by the walking dead, Warren passes the days destroying the hordes of zombies populating Emporia, Kansas. What Warren doesn't know is that his real adversary isn't the shambling, cannibalistic reanimates that seek to devour his flesh. His real adversary is time, and he has entirely too much of it on his hands.

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About Hope Sullivan McMickle

Hope Sullivan McMickle is a horror fiction writer and a musician with a penchant for the things that lurk in the darkness, and of course, for the shambling, insatiable undead. She resides in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Review by: M.J. Bolan on April 15, 2012 :
I read this on my Kindle as my husband and I drove across the desert at night. Creepy as hell! I really enjoy stories by this writer.
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Review by: Alex Kamen on April 14, 2012 :
I read another story by this writer and thought I would give this one a try. I am glad I did! For a short story, it is reasonably long and a good read if you enjoy zombie fiction. The details and descriptiveness are eerie and kind of claustrophobic - it is one man (who is kinda skewed) in a world of the dead. Pretty good action, and a nice twist on zombies. Plus, I loved the rock 'n roll tie in!
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Review by: Robert Decoteau on Sep. 26, 2011 :
An Axe to Grind is a great piece of zombie fiction. The writing was polished and the story was original. The amount of available reading material with zombie content has increased ten-fold in the past year, but very little of it is as well done as this short story. Just because they don’t make Blockbuster, super high budget movies, with A-list actors and the best make-up effects money can buy, doesn’t mean we have to be the same way with zombie fiction.
This is one man’s story and it is told in a way that both delights and entertains.
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