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Publisher's Summary

Vitus Adamson is falling apart. As a pre-deceased private investigator, he takes the prescription Atroxipine hourly to keep his undead body upright and functioning. Whenever he is injured, he seeks Niko, a bombshell mortician with bedroom eyes and a way with corpses, to piece him back together. Decomposition, however, is the least of his worries when two clients posing his most dangerous job yet appear at his door looking for their lost son. Vitus is horrified to discover the photo of the couple's missing son is a picture-perfect reproduction of his long dead son. This leads him to question the events of his tormented past; he must face the possibility that the wife and child he believed he murdered ten years ago in a zombie-fugue have somehow survived - or is it just wishful thinking designed to pull him into an elaborate trap? Unfolding like a classic film noir mixed with elements of a B-movie, Bring Me Flesh, I'll Bring Hell is an imaginative spin on the hard-boiled detective genre and a new twist on the zombie novel. In Vitus Adamson, you will find a protagonist you can care about and invest in as he takes you through his emotional journey of betrayal and quest for redemption.

©2014 Martin Rose (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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The Nic Cage of books

Wow. Starts as a wannabe dick novel that quickly devolves into a hot mess. With plot holes galore, twists upon twists, the most disturbing sex scene committed to the page, and it's devotion to taking all of this madness serious, makes this so bad that it's good. Although that may give it too much credit, it's more along the lines of schadenfreude.

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very interesting and fun book.

Definitely a new type. enjoyed it. narration was great. storyline was fresh. left me wanting more

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The plot was interesting but kind of wanted more background. Overall not bad but not the best.

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Sex with a rotted, stinking corpse? Really?

A hot, young girl working in a morgue that lusts after a rotted, stinking, broken, maggoty zombie-corpse, and makes out with it and its fetid erection? Wth.
Only from a (an extremely juvenile) male author.
*rolling eyes*

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entertaining as hell

not the most literary work in the world but humorous gritty and funny it was worth the listen

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eh, its ok

its 50% the narrator reminding you that he's dead/a zombie 30% story, and 20% repeating himself. Playing at 1.6 speed made the narrator bearable.