Showing Zombie Love: DEATH WARMED OVER *free* to International Readers

Last month, Kensington Books ran a special for readers in US and Canada, DEATH WARMED OVER, the first Dan Shamble, Zombie PI novel, for a bargain-basement price of $2.99.  Now, WordFire Press has done it one better for the rest of the world.

By special arrangement with Kobo, we’re offering a coupon code for DEATH WARMED OVER—readers outside the US and Canada can download the ePub version of the complete novel *for free* through Halloween.  Go to and enter the code “shambleon“—you’ll get the entire novel free.  Be sure to click on the link with the cover art below (that’s the WordFire Press version of the novel.) Read the novel on any device that can use the ePub format.

Ever since the Big Uneasy unleashed vampires, werewolves, and other undead denizens on the world, it’s been hell being a detective — especially for zombie P.I. Dan Chambeaux. Taking on the creepiest of cases in the Unnatural Quarter with a human lawyer for a partner and a ghost for a girlfriend, Chambeaux redefines “dead on arrival.” But just because he was murdered doesn’t mean he’d leave his clients in the lurch. Besides, zombies are so good at lurching. Now he’s back from the dead and back in business — with a caseload that’s downright unnatural. A resurrected mummy is suing the museum that put him on display. Two witches, victims of a curse gone terribly wrong, seek restitution from a publisher for not using “spell check” on its magical tomes. And he’s got to figure out a very personal question — Who killed him? For Dan Chambeaux, it’s all in a day’s work. (Still, does everybody have to call him “Shamble”?) Funny, fresh, and irresistible, this cadaverous caper puts the P.I. in R.I.P…. with a vengeance.

Readers in the US and Canada can still get the Kensington version in print and in all eBook formats.

After you’ve had your free taste of zombie flesh, we hope you’ll check out all of the other Dan Shamble, Zombie PI adventures, available worldwide (~$5 or less, depending on local currency).