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Food of Ghosts & A Zombie Tale: Coming Attractions

Here are some handpicked titles from our Coming Attractions page. Want to include your book? Just read our Share Your New Book with GalleyCat Readers post for all the details.

Food of Ghosts by Marianne Wheelaghan: “Nothing ever happens on Tarawa, a coral atoll in the middle of the Pacific. Then a mutilated body is found in a children’s nursery hut. Detective Sergeant Louisa Townsend from Edinburgh is on the island, helping train local police officers in basic detecting skills. She is asked to find the killer and jumps at the chance to be in charge of her first murder investigation.” (November 2012)

Beyond Odessa by Todd Weyland: “FBI agent Timothy McKeene races against time to save thousands of lives after Islamic terrorists uncover a deadly Nazi secret hidden in the forests of Argentina. From the battlefields of the Second World War, to the high seas, to the streets of Chicago, BEYOND ODESSA takes the reader on a nonstop, suspense-filled adventure across five decades that ends with an unexpected twist of fate.” (January 2013)

Byron: A Zombie Tale by Scott Wieczorek: “What would you do if you woke one day zipped up in a body bag, your friends had left you for dead, and the zombie apocalypse was upon you? Well, meet Byron Marks, a frat-guy at a New Jersey college whose world just got turned upside down. After being attacked by a vagrant on his college campus Byron finds himself in a strange new world. Nothing makes sense anymore. Now, he needs to do whatever he can to save the few living friends he has left. Only, there’s one little catch: Byron is one of the walking dead.” (January 2013)

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