Zombie Books 5

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61.  The Fog

Author: Dennis Etchison, John Carpenter, Debra Hill
Plot: An adaptation of John Carpenter’s The Fog.

62.  Green Eyes

Author: Lucius Shepard
A science fiction novel in which a ‘zombie’, the victim of a bizarre scientific obsession, runs amok and leaves behind him a trail of murder and miracles as he flees the Project and the horror that his ‘life’ has become.

63.  The Harvest

Author: Scott Nicholson
Nestled deep in the South Appalachian Mountains is the town of Windshake. Living among the populace of good ol’ boy moonshiners and god-fearing folk are psychologies Tamara Leon and her family. All her life Tamara has been haunted by dark dreams and visions. She calls them “Gloomies”.

64.  Hater

Author: David Moody
Plot: Society is rocked by a sudden increase in the number of violent assaults on individuals. Christened ‘Haters’ by the media, the attackers strike without warning. Their attacks are brutal, remorseless and extreme. There are no apparent links between the Haters or their victims and no obvious reason for their violence. In seconds rational, controlled people become vicious killers. Everyone – irrespective of race, gender, age, sexuality or any other imaginable difference – has the potential to become either a Hater or a victim. This is a terror which knows no boundaries. You can no longer trust anyone, no matter how well you think you know them. You can no longer trust yourself. By the end of today you could be a killer. By the end of today you could be dead.

65.  I, Zombie

Author: Curt Selby aka Doris Piserchia
An unusually tall, strong young girl with no name grew up miserable in an institution, and tried to kill herself. She wakes up, not quite dead, smarter and with a zombie-worker pack installed in her brain, piled in a stack of other corpses in the hold of a spaceship.

66.  I’ll Take My Stand

Author: Lawrence Barker
The Civil War has ended, at least for most people. Others are visited by the animated corpses of soldiers killed in the war, haunted by demons, or selling their souls for political power. Old-Horny foot, a demon of no-small-influence has unleashed Hell on earth and is making deals that will raise the south to power again. Only one man can stop him, an ex-confederate soldier, and his mule Sinner Man, who used to be a demon himself. Armed with a pouch of tobacco and a fiddle that can free the souls of the damned, Riles’ on his way to send Old-Horny foot back to Hell.

67.  Infected

Author: Scott Sigler
Plot: In Sigler’s riveting horror thriller, alien seeds from outer space infect a number of unlucky humans, who develop some unusual symptoms—itchy, blue triangular growths on their skin—that eventually result in the carriers becoming screaming, homicidal maniacs. CIA agent Dew Phillips must find out why these formerly docile citizens are running amok, aided by Margaret Montoya, a Centers for Disease Control epidemiologist, who reported the first of the strange cases. One of the infected, former football player Perry Dawsey, doesn’t take any crap from anybody, not even the aliens residing in his body.

68.  Contagious

Author: Scott Sigler
Plot: In the near future, U.S. president John Gutierrez goes straight from his inauguration to crisis management when his national security team informs him that he must focus his attention on Project Tangram, a secret government program to stave off an epidemic caused by alien parasites, which form itchy blue triangular patches on the skin. Victims eventually become paranoid and violent. As the infestation spreads, Gutierrez must decide whether the outbreak can be contained without the use of tactical nukes on American soil.

69.  Inhuman

Author: John Russo
Plot: A therapist gathers together a group of patients and their spouses for a weekend retreat. Meanwhile a group of militants on a hijacked plane suffer brain damage when their air pressure is lost. When the plane goes down nearby the Group Therapy session becomes prisoners of the now shambling, zombie-like and quite murderous militants.

70.  Legion of the Dead

Author: Geoffrey Caine
From a sacred crypt buried underneath Manhattan, zombie madmen emerge, spread a strange contagion that claims its victims by the thousands, and only Abraham Stroud can battle the evil.

71.  Legion of the Dead

Author: Hugh B. Cave
Gary Connoway had heard rumors of a mysterious Cult of Death even before he arrived in San Mario, but nothing could have prepared him for the unspeakable evil that stalked him now. He had come to the primitive Caribbean island for rest and instead found love in the arms of Juana, a beautiful island girl. Now in the jungle they both faced a relentless, oncoming horror that only the awesome power of voodoo could have raised and only the power of voodoo could stop.

72.  The Living Dead

Author: Jeffrey Goddin
Plot: Haitian voodoo.

73.  Long Horn, Big Shaggy

Author: Steve Vernon
A wild weird western tale of horror and jerked meat. If Louis Lamour and Stephen King got drunk and made a cosmic voodoo lovechild – they’d baptise it LONG HORN, BIG SHAGGY. Buy it now from Black Death Books.

74.  The Mammoth Book of Zombies

Author: Carroll & Graf Pub
A collection of stories features the writing of Clive Barker, David J. Schow, Robert Bloch, Graham Masterston, Hugh B. Cave, Ramsey Campbell, and others. Original.

75.  Monster Island: A Zombie Novel

Author: David Wellington
It’s one month after a global disaster. The most “developed” nations of the world have fallen to the shambling zombie masses. Only a few pockets of humanity survive — in places rife with high-powered weaponry, such as Somalia.
In New York City, the dead walk the streets, driven by an insatiable hunger for all things living. One amongst them is different; though he shares their appetites he has retained his human intelligence. Alone among the mindless zombies, Gary Fleck is an eyewitness to the end of the world — and perhaps the evil genius behind it all.
From the other side of the planet, a small but heavily-armed group of schoolgirls-turned-soldiers has come in search of desperately needed medicine. Dekalb, a former United Nations weapons inspector, leads them as their local guide. Ayaan, a crack-shot at the age of sixteen, will stop at nothing to complete her mission. They think they are prepared for anything. On Monster Island they will find that there is something worse even than the undead, as Gary learns the true price of survival.

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1 comment

  1. Chitesh Ramroop October 27, 2012 2:40 pm 

    This place really keeps looking better all
    the time. You should really be proud.

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