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Zombie Damnation: Mark Justice's The Dead Sheriff, Book 1

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Richard O'Malley is a hard-working Boston reporter in the years following the Civil War. He is fascinated by tales of the Wild West and the colorful frontiersmen who are taming it. None captivate him more than the stories of the Dead Sheriff; a dedicated lawman who had risen from the grave to continue his mission. Taking his life savings, O'Malley embarks on a personal quest to find this mythical figure and chronicle his exploits. What he finds will make them both legends. Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to bring pulp fans Mark Justice's most original creation in this new, expanded edition; the first of a brand new series starring the Dead Sheriff!

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    Rabid Reader 06-28-17
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    "Great pulp western"

    This pulp western type novel kept me entertained from start to finish. Set in the “Wild West” an unassuming, city reporter ventures out to the frontier towns in search of a vigilante known as the Dead Sheriff. Having said to have 'risen from the grave', the spectral lawman roamed from town to town, along with his Indian sidekick, imposing his deadly brand of justice. The intrepid reporter gets much more than he bargained for when he too faces some unsavory characters and discovers the truth of the Dead Sheriff. Scott Bennett does a great job of the narration, making the sheriff truly spooky and bringing the characters and story to life. This is an entertaining blend of the old west, horror and generous sprinkling of supernatural

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    Leslie F. 06-30-17
    Leslie F. 06-30-17
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    "Entertaining western-horror-pulp fiction"

    This was a very entertaining book and it kept me engrossed from the beginning to the end. I've read other "Dead Sheriff" books, and while this one was not my favorite, it was still very good. I've discovered (through these books) that I really like pulp fiction. This book blends the genres of pulp fiction, westerns, and horror. I listened to the Audible audio edition narrated by J. Scott Bennett, and I just love when he narrates westerns. His voice is perfect for it and he just makes the story come alive. If you like pulp fiction, give this book a try. You won't be disappointed.

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    Maly C 06-19-17
    Maly C 06-19-17
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    "Different"

    I started this book thinking it was going to be a normal zombie book, but normal is not what this book is. This book had a zombie with a twist. I started thinking wow, if we had more zomvies like this one then the world would never survive. Humans would be obsolete because these zombies will never be put down, kind of scary to think about. Makes you hope that if we ever have zombies that we have normal ones. The author did a great job with this book and changing up expectations and character building. The narrator was able to bring the characters to life and make some moments truely funny.

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