Undead on Arrival

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Luath Press Limited, 2007 - Fiction - 285 pages
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Glen Glass is a confirmed couch potato. He sits around the house, watching TV and playing video games. Theres only one difference between Glen and a typical sofa spud hes as dead as a dodos toenail. How he got that way is a mystery. His manner of death is equally puzzling. But one things certain hell stop at nothing to find out how he became undead on arrival. This unique new novel from bestselling author Nick Smith (Milk Treading, The Kitty Killer Cult) is a thrilling glimpse into a grave new world of unsightly heroes, zombie lovers and pestilent pop idols. As compelling as it is original, Undead on Arrival challenges our attitudes to death and highlights the precious, hopeful moments that make life worth living

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About the author (2007)

Nick Smith was born in Bristol in 1972. At the age of 15 he won an award at the Avon Poetry Festival, and has since had poems and articles published in various newspapers and magazines. In 1997 Nick set up The Film School Scotland. He now lives in the US. His first novel, Milk Treading, was an Amazon top 10 bestseller. Nick is also the author of The Kitty Killer Cult.

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