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The Zee Brothers: Halloween Holocaust - Zombie Exterminators

Grivante

Publisher: Grivante Press

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Summary

Jonah & Judas are back! (JJ & Xanadu too!)Spending an all too rare, quiet night at home, the brothers indulge themselves in beer and video games, refusing to answer their endlessly ringing phone. It's Halloween, the one night a year they take off for fear of idiots playing pranks and pretending to be zombies. That’s ended badly for them once before.But when they receive a desperate call from an old co-worker, they venture out against their better judgment.Arriving in an infested neighborhood, they soon discover these zombies are not like any they've encountered before. Someone is controlling them, someone the brothers believed long-dead!This is volume 3 of the Zee Brother's adventures!

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