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Dance with the Dead

Gabriel Wolf

Publisher: Arte Tenebrarum Publishing

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This story is about a psychopath. This killer does terrible things with good intentions in an apocalyptic world, filled with zombies.He manipulates people, lets others down and lies to good people to avoid further troubles!No one knows what kind of a person he is. No one knows what he’s capable of, and there are people who’ll only learn the answer to these questions from their own misfortune!There is only one man who’s probably capable of stopping him at the end of his rampaging journey... a dangerous man who’s not an easy case either.He’s been through Hell; he actually still lives there from a certain point of view…He’s “the Devil” himself!He’s someone the killer wasn’t prepared for!Who is the real psychopath then?This story is about the final showdown of two psychopaths in the middle of a zombie apocalypse!This is a fast-paced thrill ride, full of suspense and unexpected, great twists!It’s like a journey on a speeding, runaway train that goes directly to Hell!...literally!
 
 

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