Deadbeats

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November 2012

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“This book makes you realise that most horror stories would be improved by a (largely) trouserless drummer.” – Your Days Are Numbered

On the run from the mob, a trio of 1920s Chicago jazz musicians take a job from an elderly reverend, playing for what they think is his wife's funeral in the backwoods of Illinois. Unfortunately, the funeral is actually an elaborate cult ritual to raise the spirit of an evil sorcerer who swiftly begins raising the dead and terrorizing the innocent townsfolk.

With monsters, moonshiners and mobsters on their trail, the friends must draw upon their various talents to stop this evil, save the townspeople and escape with their lives.

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“A gloriously radical departure from tradition, yet still treated with every inch the same level of love and professional pride will inspire giddy delight in all fans of horror.” – James Hoare

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“I was impressed with how effectively Culbert was able to convey the emotion of the characters with just a few lines. His style truly compliments the Lovecraftian elements … The art perfectly captures the feel of the story, and I can’t imagine a better compliment to Lackey and Fifer’s writing.” - Steven King

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“Fifer and Lackey's script zips along, cheerfully splicing together a smattering of gunplay, a cast of backwoods zanies, a plague of zombies and a sinister hanging-tree, before heading towards an all-tentacles-waving Lovercraftian finale.” – Julian White