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In a post-apocalyptic world - a world ravaged by hordes of demented infected called 'natives' - Detective Stuckler has broken from his mission to search for the memory of his family, the memory of the life he once lived, when he is confronted by a resurgence in native activity and finds himself on a quest to discover why the infected are more deadly than ever. Armed only with his gun, knife and foul language, he carves his way through the land in search of answers.
The detectives managed to track the secret facility down after their near-miss in Beverley, but will it prove to be a sanctuary or a fried prison and will they get the answers they're looking for? More importantly, what's happened to their friends? Book three is packed with twists and turns that will change the shape of the world forever.
Imprisoned in a fried controlled RAF base, Detectives Stuckler and Holmes, and the little girl Em, must find a way to escape amid the storm of teeth and claws that has descended around them. But they face a much sterner test when a group of survivors comes under attack by a horde in Beverley and are plunged into a battle of life and death. The second book in the series.
Set in a post-apocalyptic world, King of the Natives is the first in a series of books following Detective Stuckler as he wages war against the “natives”- humans that have been battered into monsters by a virus – armed only with his gun, knife and foul language.