This book is not for the prudish. It portrays graphic scenes of sex and murder. The Antibiography of Ian McNulty revolves around a playboy pathologist who has it all—money, social status, beautiful women, and rich friends to party with. Secretly, he imagines himself an assassin, but in reality, the only person he kills is himself by turning inwardly into the living dead. His resurrection begins when he meets Rebecca who introduces him to a few shades of gray and to a joie de vivre he never knew.