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The year is 1436. Sir Richard de Colleville is out hunting with his son when their hounds come upon a pale stranger savagely gnawing the neck of a fawn. Thinking the stranger deranged or simply starving, Richards men intervene only to be viciously attacked. What seemed an isolated incident in the forest spurs a deadly turn of events when Richard learns that the mans corpse ...more
Paperback, 373 pages
Published May 2nd 2016 by Knyghtly Armes Publishing
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Lonnie Colson Zombies! As a student of medieval warfare and lover of the cinematic undead, I have always secretly longed for a zombie apocalypse. One day, while…moreZombies! As a student of medieval warfare and lover of the cinematic undead, I have always secretly longed for a zombie apocalypse. One day, while taking a break from a [serious?] historical fiction project, I found myself daydreaming about how a knight in full plate armor armed with a pollaxe could have waded through a horde of zombies. The Second Great Mortality was born. I was surprised by where the story led me.(less)
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2 Thumbs up!!!

I am a fan of The Walking Dead, and anything medieval... The author did a great job blending the two genres together.
The book reads very easily, and has a great pace that carries through until the end. All in all, brilliant!
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Lonnie Colson has been writing since grade school, though never in cursive. He lives in Texas with his wife and children. A lifelong medieval history enthusiast, Lonnie enjoys the knightly pursuits of jousting, hunting, and sword fighting.

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