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HOW THE WHITE TRASH ZOMBIE GOT HER GROOVE BACK
by Diana Rowland

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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It’s one step forward and two steps back in zombie Angel Crawford’s attempt at building a new life, as the corporate nemesis of all zombies, Saberton, launches another strike. Angel continues to be a truly memorable character as she displays ample guts and determination when defending those she cares about. But the conclusion of the book offers a portentous warning, highlighting a potential problem ahead. With two stellar urban fantasy series running concurrently, Rowland expertly showcases the full range of her considerable talents. Awesome job!

Having finally gotten her GED and now working for both the coroner’s office and the zombie research lab with Dr. Nikas, Angel is hesitant but ready to try some college classes. All those plans are upended when zombie leader Pietro Ivanov, Dr. Nikas and others are kidnapped by Saberton. Angel and three others are now on a mission to rescue their friends and prevent Saberton from extorting Congresswoman Jane Pennington, Pietro’s girlfriend, into backing legislation beneficial to Saberton. The odds are stacked against them, but Angel’s ongoing education in strategy and cunning is starting to pay off. (DAW, Jul., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: DAW

Published: July 2014

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