With Zombie, Indiana, Scott Kenemore returns with the third novel in his bestselling series chronicling brutal undead attacks on the heartland. The sequel to Zombie, Ohio and Zombie, Illinois, this latest effort is a tale of shocking violence and intrigue as an army of undead overtakes the Hoosier state and forces its residents to do what they must to cling to survival. A trio of protagonists– a skilled police officer, a high school track star, and the most powerful man in the state (Indiana Governor Hank “The Tank” Burleson)– set off on an epic quest that takes them through zombie-haunted cities and equally dangerous farmlands as they try to find the governor’s missing daughter . . . and, in doing so, to save the very soul of the state itself.
Here’s what people are saying about Zombie, Indiana:
I think Scott Kenemore might be one of the best literary stylists working in the horror field right now. Probably the best since Dennis Etchison. And the fact that he works with my favorite monster, the zombie, just makes it all the better. I know of few writers – Connie Willis or Joe Lansdale, perhaps – who can equal his range. Kenemore handles thrills, gore, humor and authentic human drama with equal aplomb. I have long regarded him as a favorite, and Zombie, Indiana continues that run unabated. Horror in the heartland has a new master scribe, and his name is Scott Kenemore!
Scott Kenemore has once again proven that he is an amazingly gifted writer who brings to the genre tales that are equally humorous and thought-provoking, gory and inspiring. Zombie, Indiana is just the latest in a string of highly entertaining zombie stories that every horror fan should get their hands on right away. It is a fast-paced novel with great characters and an even greater message. If Kenemore ends up writing 47 more books to cover every state in the union, I will gladly read every last word.
Scott Kenemore is a Member of the Advisory Board of the Zombie Research Society.