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Dead Fall

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An older woman finds herself in the middle of a zombie Apocalypse. Trapped in her home, isolated and cut off from help, she decides to hunker down and fight back.

Her journey begins as the world ends.
ebook, first, 24 pages
Published June 6th 2011 by K.B. Cutter
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Elizabeth Morgan
Dead Fall is an extremely interesting, inside view of a zombie apocalypse. It is refreshing to see a mature woman taking the lead, proving that you don't need to be a spring chicken who knows how to swing a bat, just to kick some series butt.

It still has all the gritty, gory goodness that makes your skin crawl at the mere thought of rotting teeth sinking in to your flesh; Or your nose filling up with the popular odour Zombie no.5. *Gags & shivers*

The pinch of ironic humour sprinkled through...more
Margie Church
This book had all the elements of a Kb Cutter story. His attention to detail is phenomenal. You'll be there writhing, afraid, gagging from the stench, and repulsed by everything a human can endure. If zombie tales are your gig, this is an excellent one. Made me shudder, cry, cringe, and keep reading.
Chris Lange
"Dead Fall" is a disturbing, insightful tale that took me deep into the darkest recesses of the human mind. When life becomes death, when our world crumbles, what's left might not be what you'd like. But it is what it is. Mister Cutter, you shake my foundations!
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K. B. Cutter has an ongoing love affair with the written word from scribbling thoughts into marble composition notebooks to the advent of word processing technology. The mechanism K.B. uses to transcribe words may have changed, but not the passion.
For the past decade, the focus has been the Romance/Erotica genre and all of its sub-genres.
A member of the Thin Blue Line at night, during the day, the...more
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