March Plug #2 — Vincenzo Bilof

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Necropolis Now: Zombie Ascension by Vincenzo Bilof

Synopsis

Detroit has become a war zone. Slow, shambling corpses feast upon the living while fire consumes the city. Amparo Vega, a haunted mercenary, fights through streets that are choked with the dead. Her mission: extract the legendary soldier, Jim Traverse, who holds the terrifying secret behind the zombie epidemic. While the bullets fly, Traverse befriends a group of survivors whose fates are forever linked to his: an infamous arms dealer, a young lawyer, and a former detective struggle against the zombies together.  Can Vega’s elite cadre of mercenaries find Traverse before the epidemic becomes global?  

Includes an introduction by Mark Tufo, author of the Zombie Fallout series.

Blurbs

“The moral high ground is shattered in this teeth gritting apocalyptic thrill ride. Necropolis is a drop to the bottom with just enough time to surface for air. Highly recommended.” ~P. A. Douglas, author of Epidemic of the Undead

“A violent femme fatale mercenary, a burning city and a war hero – when Bilof does zombies, he does ’em good. Another slick, fast-moving zombie thriller, with an edge which might just cut you if you don’t turn the pages ever so carefully…” ~Sean T. Page, author of Meta-Horde

Bio

From Detroit, Michigan, Vincenzo Bilof is the recipient of SNM Horror Magazine’s Literary Achievement award in 2011. Vincenzo is the author of the zombie novels “Nightmare of the Dead” and “Necropolis Now,” the first book in the Zombie Ascension series. Both are available from Severed Press.

When he’s not chasing his kids around the house or watching bad horror films, he reads and reviews horror fiction. His current writing project includes the new serial, “Japanese Werewolf Apocalypse;” the first episode is available from Severed Press.

You can learn more about Bilof on his website.

You can purchase the Trade Paperback or Kindle edition on Amazon US or Amazon UK.

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