Blood, Mud and Corpses is now free at your favourite online bookseller. Blood, Mud and Corpses is the first book in the four book series, Royal Zombie Corps.
Set during World War One, a group of British soldiers stumble across a potentially war-winning weapon in the trenches of the Western Front. Follow Alfie Marsh as he completes his training. As one of the first British conscripts of the war, he faces the challenge of finding himself a role in the British frontline. Little does he know that something completely new to the world is going to change the path of his life.
The series follows the group of friends across the years of 1916-1917. During this time the British, and Allied, forces seek to break the deadlock of the trenches. Into this conflict, the Allies unleash the new weapon of the undead, creatures that seek to feed upon the living. Marsh, and his friends, accidentally find themselves in the unique position of being tasked to lead one of these experimental units.
Download your copy of this first part of this story now. Free in online bookstores!
Here is the new cover for ‘Blood, Mud and Corpses’, the first book in the Royal Zombie Corps series.
The book is currently uploading on Amazon and will likely be available within the next day.
I’m just finalising the artwork on the new book, ‘Blood, Mud and Corpses’. The book should be released before the end of this month. I’ll upload the cover sometime over the weekend.
‘Blood, Mud and Corpses’ is the first book in the Royal Zombie Corps series. Book 2 is at the proofreading stage and book 3 is in final editing. A teaser for the new book is below.
“No one knew when the endless bloodshed and grindingly futile toil of the trenches would ever end. Then a miracle came from a source totally removed from even the most fantastic of dreams.”
The series is set during the First World War, following a group of soldiers as they are conscripted into the British Army during 1916. The brutality of the war becomes far greater during their first experience of combat as they stumble across something unexpected in no-man’s-land.