From the Description
Now Lizzie and the citizens of Fall River must battle a new surge of flesh-eaters, this time with a heartbreaking twist: the infected creatures are friends and family, hidden away by their grief-stricken caregivers.
When her sister Emma becomes a pawn in the growing war against the undead, Lizzie has no choice but to pick up her axe again. With the help of her charming self-defense instructor, Pierre, she vows to end the horrific zombie menace, once and for all. But can she overcome her personal demons and the rampaging monsters, no matter the cost?
NOTE: The book does contain spoilers if you have not read the first book, Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter.
“A combination of historical mystery, romance, and zombie mayhem, tied together by the infinitely fun premise that Lizzie Borden had a very good reason to give her father and stepmother forty whacks! Loved the first in this series and the second is just as fun.”—Dana Fredsti, author of the Ashley Parker series.
Publication Date: May 14, 2018
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
File Size: 2122 KB
Lizzie Borden is back and so are the zombies shambling their way through this fun and engaging book. Lizzie has lost none of her bad-assitude as she deals with the latest zombie outbreak in Fall River. Joined by her former self-defense instructor (and possible love interest) Pierre, Lizzie must figure out who’s behind the outbreak. I loved the way Lizzie’s insecurities, fears and determination make her more real as she tries to solve the mystery, rescue Emma, and fight off the zombie hordes. Filled with exciting and somewhat gruesome action, and an ever deepening mystery that kept me glued to the page until the very end of this well written tale. A fast paced and enchanting 4.5 star read.
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About the Author
Christine (C.A.) Verstraete enjoys putting a little "scare" in her writing. She follows the murder trial and offers a twist on the infamous 1892 Borden murders in her book, Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter. She also looks at the murders from the viewpoint of Lizzie's doctor in her latest, The Haunting of Dr. Bowen. Other books include a young adult novel, GIRL Z: My Life as a Teenage Zombie, and books on dollhouse collecting and crafting.
Christine's short stories have appeared in various anthologies including: Descent Into Darkness, Happy Homicides 3: Summertime Crime, Mystery Weekly, and Timeshares, Steampunk'd, and Hot & Steamy: Tales of Steampunk Romance, DAW Books.
She is an award-winning journalist published in daily to weekly newspapers, and in various magazines. Her stories have received awards from local and national newspaper associations, and the Dog Writer's Association of America.
She is available for signings or appearances, including a PowerPoint presentation on zombies, writing and the history of Lizzie Borden. Visit her website, http://cverstraete.com or blog, http://girlzombieauthors.blogspot.com.
You can also follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and GoodReads
Praise for Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter
"... A fun and fast-paced story. I very much enjoyed the different perspective of the circumstances around the murder of Lizzie's parents. The author does a good job of giving the reader historical fiction without ruining the original story or creating an entirely false world. I recommend this book for anyone looking for a cool twist on an old mystery." --Melanie @ FangFreakinTastic Reviews - 4 fangs!
"...Of the other main characters it is Lizzie who stands out as the best one. She is strong willed, but there was also a vulnerability to her character on the many occasions she bites off more than she can chew. ...A good yarn told in a well written and engaging style." --The Rotting Zombie - 7 of 10 zombie heads!
"...The story flows so well and will give you goosebumps... Might make you gag from the epic detail used throughout this book. I am a huge horror fan, so this did not disappoint at all! If you like historical horror, read this! Or Lizzie might hack you next!" --Destiny, NerdGirlOfficial.com
"...The descriptions are excellent, the dialogue is snappy, and Lizzie's character is likable. Overall, I enjoyed reading Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter. Well-written and fast-paced with short chapters (not James Patterson short)..." - Highly Recommended, 4 Coffee Cups -- Billy B., Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer