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On Sale: April 24, 2012
Pages: 800 | ISBN: 978-0-85766-209-5
Published by : Angry Robot Watkins Media
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Synopsis

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This volume collects all three novels in the Nekropolis sequence: Nekropolis ~ Dead Streets ~ Dark War
Meet Matt Richter. Private Eye. Zombie. His mean streets are the city of the dead, the shadowy realm known as Nekropolis. You've got to keep your head in Nekropolis. But when you're a zombie attempting to battle the vampire lords, that's not as easy as it seems...
File Under: Urban Fantasy [ Tooth And Claw | Flirting With Danger | Underworld | A Head For Business ]

e-book ISBN: 978-0-85766-209-5
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Praise for "Nekropolis":

"Vivid description and characterization, as well as a complex, intricately crafted setting reminiscent of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter universe, keep the pages turning at a rapid rate as Richter embarks on an enthralling tour of the dead city, from the vampire-filled streets of Gothtown to the bustling clubs and seedy dives of the Manhattanlike Sprawl."
- Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"It's hard to say if this singular novel, which boasts a wicked sense of humor to round off the horror, should be eligible for an Edgar Award or a Bram Stoker or both."
- Elliot Swanson, Booklist

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