Zombie Exterminators? Nope. This time around, Jonah & Judas are just plain exterminators. Join Jonah and Judas as they learn the ins and mostly outs of being exterminators.
Ever wondered how the brothers know Burt from Pests B' Gone? Or why they know he has a habit of leaving crawlspace hatches open to the detriment of his clients? Well, now it's time to find out!
Catch up with Jonah & Judas before they were Zombie Exterminators in this ZX short story!
We follow the brothers as they meet Burt and get trained by him in regular old extermination. They venture underneath Chesterfield Manor to battle giant rodents and Burt's poor thinking. This story is a lead-in to the upcoming ZX Short to be included in The Reanimated Writers "Undead Worlds" Anthology coming out this fall that will feature The Zee Brother's story "Lab Rats" which reveals how they found their way into the Zombie Extermination business, to begin with.
PLEASE NOTE: This tale does not contain any zombies... not one... not even pieces of one.
Who are The Zee Brothers? Two badass zombie killing brothers keeping the apocalypse at bay, one job at a time.
After heavy losses and major setbacks, the team splits up. Spread across the country, everyone is making a new life and rebuilding.
Kris and Alicia build a life for themselves in Gander Acres. John, Jo and the Australians fortify a town in the familiar climate of the Arizona desert in Yuma. Marshall and Renee take over Legion, and secure Atlanta.
Everyone thinks the war is over. Except Victor and the E’Clei. Victor never forgets the atrocities committed and never loses sight of the zombies goals. His friends think he’s crazy, but he continues to fortify Sharonton.
For years, life is pretty good, John has several more children. Marshall builds LEGION into a thriving community, with the help of Renee and her daughters. Gander Acres thrives, growing into a small town filled with love and relative peace.
Then the zombie hordes launch a coordinated attack against all of the major human settlements across the globe.Only a stroke of luck saves Victor, as the E’Clei renew their offensive and declare all-out war against the humans. Will Victor and Max be able to save the few remaining humans from this massive offensive?
Just two obstacles stand in The Butcher’s way—the FBI is following the bodies that lead from New York City to Moscow, and are getting closer every day; and one of Ivan’s diamond cutters got spooked and took off with “The Star of Moscow”. Max, an old diamond cutter who is terrified of The Butcher, doesn’t know the flawless diamond is synthetic. If discovered, this diamond may unravel all of Ivan’s multi-billion dollar plans.
With so much as stake, The Butcher sends his former-Spetsnaz body guards after Max to track down his diamond, while evading the FBI until he can unleash his computer on the World Wide Web and crack every major bank around the globe. A rich story woven with high-tech computers, old world characters, unlikely heroes and action around the globe, Hard Carbon offers a glimpse into the diamond trade and cyber security
Ben Bova says, “David M. Salkin’s HARD CARBON is a taut, fast-paced thriller that takes the reader into the deadly yet fascinating world of Russian oligarchs and American intelligence agencies. Be warned, you’ll have a hard time putting this one down, once you start reading it.”
David M. Salkin is the author of seven published novels. He currently serves as the Mayor of Freehold Township, NJ where he has served as an elected official for twenty years. Salkin’s books have won Gold and Bronze Medals in the Stars & Flags Book Awards. David is a graduate of Rutgers University with a BA in English Literature and a Master Graduate Gemologist (GIA). He co-owns a jewelry store with his brother. David is an associate member of the Philip A. Reynolds Detachment of the Marine Corps League and a founding member of the Veteran’s Community Alliance which supports veterans and their families. He is also an avid Scuba Diver.
This, the first in the splendid series of Jack Aubrey novels, establishes the friendship between Captain Aubrey, R.N., and Stephen Maturin, ship's surgeon and intelligence agent, against a thrilling backdrop of the Napoleonic wars. Details of a life aboard a man-of-war in Nelson's navy are faultlessly rendered: the conversational idiom of the officers in the ward room and the men on the lower deck, the food, the floggings, the mysteries of the wind and the rigging, and the roar of broadsides as the great ships close in battle.