Dead Mann Walking by Stefan Petrucha
A Hessius Mann Novel

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Synopsis

After Hessius Mann was convicted of his wife's murder, suppressed evidence came to light and the verdict was overturned-too bad he was already executed. But thanks to the miracles of modern science Hessius was brought back to life. Sort of.

Now that he's joined the ranks of Fort Hammer's pulse-challenged population, Hessius attempts to make a "living" as a private investigator. But when a missing persons case leads to a few zombies cut to pieces, Hessius starts thinking that someone's giving him the run-around-and it's not like he's in any condition to make a quick getaway...
 

About Stefan Petrucha

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STEFAN PETRUCHA lives in Amherst, MA with his wife and daughters.
 
Published October 4, 2011 by Roc. 352 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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After being executed for the murder, he’s belatedly exonerated and brought back from the dead as a well-preserved “chak” who can almost pass as a “liveblood.” Despite holes in his memory, Mann sets up shop as a gumshoe and is drawn into a complex serial killer case when he’s hired to ...

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Petrucha builds on his first highly creative zombie detective novel, 2011’s Dead Mann Walking, in this top-notch sequel, which has enough action, deduction, and humor to be a must-read for urban fantasy fans.

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Night Owl Suspense

Hessius Mann is a former cop turned detective, but his story has an unusual twist.

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