Dead City

Genre: Action Adventure, Dystopian and Futuristic, Horror, Humour, Paranormal, Sci-fi

For Fans Of

Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett, Douglas Adams, Grant Morrison, Garth Ennis

Book Summary

Jon Gilligan is the only living man in a city of the undead.
It's his job to keep the peace, maintain order between the factions of walking corpses and disembodied spirits.
The workload is driving him a little insane, leading him to take on the persona of a noir detective. He narrates his adventures, casting himself as a hero to all those under his watch.

When the local Necromancer conspires behind his back, it's time for him to be a hero for real.
Teaming up with a ghost and a woman outside the walls, it's up to the three of them to save London’s Dead City from itself.


"There is more to DEAD CITY than just zombies… more than just walls to equate with today’s dirty politics… it is a quick read and definitely worth a look.”
- Madelon Wilson, Amazon

"This book had me laughing one minute and curious the next. It's an explosion of fantasy."
- Carrie Vos, Goodreads

About the Author

Lee Isserow is an award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker, with over fifteen years spent trawling the back streets and dark alleys of the 'entertainment' industry.

He's pretty sure he has some traits of autism, because he's been constantly working and obscenely prolific for the entire duration, writing over a hundred screenplays, many of which he's adapting into forthcoming books, because nobody is willing to turn them into movies. Yet.

He lives in Liverpool, England because he accidentally bought a house there. He's not quite sure how that happened - but assumes part of that is because he used to drink a lot.

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