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Exclusive Excerpt from Scott Kenemore’s Zombie, Indiana

Acclaimed writer Scott Kenemore returns to the zombie genre with a new book in his zombie series that started in 2011 with Zombie, Ohio. Giving us a look at the zombie outbreak in the state of Indiana, the third book in his series is now available and we have an exclusive excerpt just for Daily Dead readers:

Synopsis: “In the third book of his Zombie series, Scott Kenemore brings the explosive horror thriller of an undead outbreak in the city of Indianapolis. Zombie, Indiana takes place during the same timeline as the outbreaks in his books Zombie, Ohio and Zombie, Illinois, and has the same punch as the previous two.

Zombie, Indiana explores the impact of an invading zombie horde on a trio of Hoosier protagonists . . . each of whom have some dark secrets to keep. When the governor’s daughter mysteriously disappears on a field trip, Impd Special Sergeant James Nolan,
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Indie Spotlight

We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes release details for Zombie, Indiana, a Circus of the Dead teaser trailer, news on the line-up for FearFest Glasgow, an Escaping the Dead trailer, the trailer for Bb, and much more:

Zombie, Indiana Release Details: “The newest novel in Scott Kenemore’s bestselling series, Zombie, Indiana is the tale of a harrowing undead attack on the heartland of America. From the highest echelons of state government—to the gritty world of an eastside narcotics detective—to the elite folds of the state’s most-expensive prep school—this novel explores the impact of an invading zombie horde on a trio of Hoosier protagonists… each of whom has some dark secrets to keep.

Indiana governor Hank Burleson has spent eight years cutting social services, castrating the unions (not literally…yet), and chipping
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"Something, Something, Something Dark Side" - May 23

The one-hour animated production "Something, Something, Something Dark Side", will now be the season finale of "Family Guy", Sunday, May 23, after previously being released on DVD and Blu-ray, December 2009.

The "Family Guy" homage to the "Star Wars" saga, with the blessings of creator George Lucas is a 'retelling' of Lucasfilm's "The Empire Strikes Back".

The episode, written by Kirker Butler and directed by "Blue Harvest" director Dominic Polcino, features guest voice performances by H. Jon Benjamin, John Bunnell, James Caan, Jackson Douglas, Joe Flaherty, James Greene, Phil Lamarr, Kevin Michael Richardson, George Rogan and James Woods, along with several recurring guest actors from the "Family Guy" series.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Something, Something, Something Dark Side"...
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