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The Zombie Apocalypse Comes To Suburbia  ‘The Complex’

  
What lengths will you go to to protect your family when no one is immune and no one is coming to save you? This is the story of Cali Anglin, a mom, a wife, a nurse; and her fight to make a life worth living. 

The Complex: The Reanimates Book 1 by J. Rudolph released on 6/22/2015 via Winlock Press

Cali Anglin, RN, had a great life. It may have been nothing special to the rest of the world, but she loved it.

That was on a Wednesday.

By Friday, it was gone forever.

With the government gone, electricity extinguished, and the food supply dwindling, she has to face questions she’s never asked herself before–just how far would she go to save her family, her friends and her rapidly collapsing community? Would she kill for them? Would she die for them?

She’s about to find out. 

J. Rudolph is the author of the zombie series The Reanimates, and the young adult paranormal mystery, Hadley’s Haunting. Born in 1977, she resides in Southern California with her husband, son, two turtles (who she claims own all rights to her house and allow the people to live there, since only they can open the food jars) and her maniacal bird (who seems to have developed a taste for flesh in its lifetime). As a nurse with over fifteen years of experience, she often incorporates an element of medical training in her stories, offering authenticity to her medically minded characters. She also offers authenticity to her zombie series–she calls herself a living dead girl ever since her spinal reconstruction in 2014.

Download a free sample from Amazon that allows you to read 10% of the book or visit www.jrudolph.com for an excerpt. 

Purchase links for all major platforms are available at the publisher’s official page

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