Inside the Perimeter: Scavengers of the Dead
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Inside the Perimeter: Scavengers of the Dead

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In the middle of nowhere, the vestiges of an abandoned town are surrounded by inescapably high concrete barriers, permitting no trespass or escape. The town is dormant of human life, but rampant with the living dead, who choose not to eat flesh, but to instead continue their survival by cruder means. Boyd Broman, a detective arrested and falsely imprisoned, has been transf...more
Paperback, 228 pages
Published February 10th 2010 by Living Dead Press
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This one's got all the horror and gore of a zombie novel, but with a refreshing twist. These zoms aren't infected or corpses-from-the-grave, they're a government experiment gone wrong. They don't want to eat you- they want you for your fresh parts as theirs rot away, and they'll take your parts while your heart still beats.

It's solidly in the horror vein, but with a good dose of thriller thrown into the mix. Not only are there the zombies to worry about, there's a live cannibal as well. He's som...more
Marissa Farrar
Boyd Broman is an ex-cop who, after chasing an intruder down the street, accidentally kills him and lands himself in prison. That is until he is given a chance of getting his life back by going into a secure perimeter and apprehending a murderous cannibal, Hayden, who he helped to put away several years earlier.

But Boyd doesn’t realise his chances of escape are pretty thin. The perimeter he’s been put inside of is also filled with the walking dead, zombies who have been put together with differe...more
Nathaniel Connors
Inside the Perimeter: Scavengers of the Dead is by the far one of the best zombie novels I’ve read and one that has left me begging for a sequel. Alan Spencer has brought the traditional zombie into a new light, making them far more ferocious and blood thirsty then ever before. Humans are not just for feeding in Spencer’s adaptation of the zombie, its there survival as well. Fast paced and unfiltered, the reader is brought into a world of captivity where humans are the prey and zombies rule the...more
man, I can't say enough about how truly awesome this book is. Cannibal action, violent zombies, and living body parts. hell yeah! It's also a book I wrote, but that besides the point...
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Alan Spencer is a freelance horror author from Kansas City. His most recent books are B-Movie Reels, B-Movie Attack, and Psycho Therapy (2013).
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