Dead Men Kill
L. Ron Hubbard
Galaxy Press (2009)
In Collection
Mystery Fiction, Noir Fiction
Adventure Stories, Drugs, Murder, Police, Zombies
When several of the city's most respected citizens are inexplicably killed by what appear to be zombies, all Detective Terry Lane has to go on is a blue-grey glove, a Haitian pharmacy bill for some very unusual drugs and a death threat from a mysterious stranger. Matters are soon complicated when a beautiful nightclub singer shows up who claims to have information that could solve the case, but whose motives are plainly suspect. Against his better judgement, Terry investigates her lead only to find himself sealed in a coffin en route to the next zombie murder—his own.
Product Details
LoC Classification PS3515.U1417 .D36 2006
Dewey 813/.52
No. of Pages 144
Height x Width 8.3 x 5.5  inch
Personal Details
Read It No (12/15/2013)
Started Reading 12/14/2013
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Rating: 3

The 2nd book I read by L. Ron Hubbard. The first one I gave up on. This one I nearly did - several times. But I really hate to give up reading books. Just the way its written is horrible. And some of the people's names are rediculous. Loup-Garou? What the hell. Kind of a boring zombie book. Not recommended.