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Book Title: Dead, but Not for Long|
The author of the book: Matthew Kinney
Edition: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Date of issue: December 22nd 2012
ISBN 13: 9781482516487
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Format files: PDF
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When the first outbreaks occurred, the reports were quickly stifled. By the time the dead began to walk in Lansing, Michigan, it was already too late to stop the plague.
In the heart of the city, a child with cancer and her caretaker risk their lives to help a security guard and a nurse secure an old hospital.
As the survivors struggle to stay alive, the grid begins to fail.
All the while, the dead fight to get inside.
Stay tuned for the sequel. Coming soon!
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Read information about the authorMatthew was born in Mount Pleasant Michigan. After spending some time in New York and Virginia, his family finally settled down in the desert Southwest where he spent the remainder of his childhood.
As a young adult, Matthew decided to drop out of college in order to pursue a life of masonry and beer drinking, both of which seemed to come natural to him. A decade later, he decided these habits were beginning to wear on his health, so he eased up on the masonry.
When Matthew got married, his loving wife persuaded him that it would be in his best interest to stop drinking like a fish and find a different hobby. After several trips to the ER to get his fingers unglued, Matthew came to the conclusion that building model airplanes was too dangerous. He decided to take up writing and has had several essays published in respectable periodicals. The most popular was a letter to the editor of a local newspaper demanding that a certain speed bump be removed. He was quite sure it would have garnered more attention if Marla Pickens hadn't hogged the limelight with the recipe for her famous tuna casserole.
Matthew owes a great debt of gratitude to his wife and son who, after reading the rough draft of "Dead, but Not for Long," begged him not to quit his day job. Also, Matthew is indebted to his sister and co-author for the constructive criticism throughout the writing of the aforementioned book. The constant utterance of, "That's the dumbest thing I've ever read" helped to hone Matthew's writing skills and condition him for even the toughest reviewers.
Having thoroughly enjoyed the abuse he endured co-writing his first full length novel, he is now working on a sequel. Matthew hopes to continue writing well into the afterlife.
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