A Man's Gotta Eat What a Man's Gotta Eat (EBK)

A Man's Gotta Eat What a Man's Gotta Eat (EBK)

by Dana Fredsti

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Chuck T-Bone is a private detective—A P.I. A gumshoe. A dick.

He also happens to be a zombie, in a world where the zombies have taken over, and “fresh meat” is a rare commodity. Where you go into a diner to order an elbow joint with a side of toes. But nothing’s really changed—the rich get richer, the poor get poorer, at least until they fall apart altogether.

When a curvaceous member of a famous crime family walks into his office, he’s forced to reopen a case he’d just as soon forget. It’s the one that introduced him to the dame who stole his heart—and got him killed. Trouble is, if it happens again, this time it’s for good.

It’s gory goodness for fans of The Big Sleep and Shaun of the Dead, with a dash of Zombieland thrown in for good measure. 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781783291472
Publisher: Titan
Publication date: 10/29/2013
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 20
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Dana Fredsti is the Bay Area-based author of Plague Town and Murder for Hire: The Peruvian Pigeon. A past president of the professional organization Sister in Crime, she has also appeared in various zombie/horror movies projects, and worked on Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness as an armourer's assistant, sword-fighting captain, and sword-fighting Deadite.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I became a fan of Dana Fredsti after reading Plague Town and Plague Nation and gave this book a try while waiting for Plague World to come out. Let me tell you, this book is good! It's short, less than 39 pages on my Nook, but well written and riveting with no distracting grammatical errors. I wasn't sure how the story line would work since the hero is a zombie in a world where the zombies are the dominant species and the humans have gone into hiding, but I found myself rooting for Chuck and hoping things worked out for him (go figure!). My favourite character next to Chuck is definitely the taxi driver. I don't think this book will be part of a series, but if the author ever decides to serve up another slice of Chuck Tyrone, I'll be standing in line, shamelessly salivating.