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Dead and Buried (Book 8 Zombie D.O.A. Series) by J.J. Zep

Dead and Buried (Book 8 Zombie D.O.A. Series) by J.J. Zep

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The city of Lancaster has fallen in an epic battle between zombies and humans. Chris Collins is on the run, taking his family east towards Flagstaff, Arizona, where he believes they'll be safe.

But in these desperate times is anything ever that simple? Chris soon finds himself in conflict with a gang of muscle car driving road bandits, his son possibly infected with zombie blood, his family under attack in an abandoned diner.
The city of Lancaster has fallen in an epic battle between zombies and humans. Chris Collins is on the run, taking his family east towards Flagstaff, Arizona, where he believes they'll be safe.

But in these desperate times is anything ever that simple? Chris soon finds himself in conflict with a gang of muscle car driving road bandits, his son possibly infected with zombie blood, his family under attack in an abandoned diner.

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Published by: J.J. Zep on May 04, 2013
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(Book Eight of the Zombie D.O.A. Series)byJ.J. ZepPUBLISHED BY:JJ ZepCopyright © 2012http://www.jjzep.com All rights reserved.No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced in any format, by anymeans, electronic or otherwise, without prior consent from the copyright owner and publisher of this book.This is a work of fiction. All characters, names, places and events are theproduct of the author's imagination or used fictitiously.
 
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Ruby Collins stood on a ridge just outside Agua Dulce and looked across thesixteen miles that separated that town from Lancaster, in the valley below.It was early morning on what was to be the last day of their trek from LosAngeles and, even at this distance, she could see that their journey might have been wasted. Something had happened to Lancaster, something bad.
“What is it?” Ferret said.
 
“Smoke,” Ruby said pointing out the faint smudges just visible against 
the pale blue of the sky.
“Doesn’t look like much.”
 
“Maybe so,” Ruby said, “But smoke coming
from so many different 
places? Can’t be good news.”
 
“Could have been an accident.”
 
“I don’t think so, Ferret.”
 
“What then?”
 
“We’ll find out when we get there. Come on.” Ruby shouldered her
rucksack, climbed the crash barrier and set off walking down the middle of 

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