The Prisoner of the Dead (Dead World Book 1) by Megan Mackie
Trapped in an endless cycle of life and death…
When civilization fell generations ago, it seemed to mark the end of humanity… but then the undead inexplicably returned to life. Again and again, the plague rose, the zombies thrived and were then reborn.
Into this horrific apocalypse came Baron, a wild man from nowhere, onto the vestiges of the human world. After his keen survival instincts lead him to kill a strange man, Baron finds himself imprisoned by an even stranger woman, the child of immortals who might hold the key to ending the vicious cycle once and for all.
But only if this unlikely pair can survive the next outbreak…
~ AMAZON ~
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Megan Mackie is a Chicago writer. She started her writing career as an indie author and had such smashing success in her first year with her inaugural book The Finder of the Lucky Devil, that she made the transition to traditional publishing. She has become a personality at many cons, recognizable by her iconic leather hat and engaging smile. She has written five novels including: The Finder of the Lucky Devil, The Saint of Liars, The Devil’s Day, Death and the Crone, and Saint Code: The Lost through Blue Phoenix Publishing. Her short fiction collections includes Changing Breeds, an anthology of short stories from the Werewolf RPG game.
She is also a contributing writer in the role-playing game Legendlore and Legendlore: Legacies by Onyx Path Publishing and Sirens: Battle of the Bards through Apotheosis Studios. Outside of writing, she likes to play games: board games, RPGs, and video games. She has a regular Pathfinder group who is working their way through Rapanthuk. She lives in Chicago with her husband and children, dog, three cats, and her mother in the apartment upstairs.
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