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Hope Abandoned (Killing the Dead Book 4)

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After the devastating attack on their camp by the undead, Ryan and Lily are stuck on the boat in the lake with the rest of their ragged group. Only Ryan knows that Beth is infected and will soon turn.

The chances of surviving the apocalypse are becoming slimmer. With few options remaining and almost no supplies or weapons, the harsh weather of the winter months rolls in with full force. The threat of death is all around them as Ryan battles the growing need to kill. Hope is something long abandoned.

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Richard Murray

When I was very young, I can vividly recall staring with fascination at the picture on the cover of a book my father was reading. I asked him what the book was about and he looked at me before saying "If you want to know what it's about, then read it." So I did.

That was the start of my fascination with books. While friends would be out playing football, I would be inside reading. I had discovered a rich and varied realm of imagination.

Since that very first book I have rarely stopped reading for pleasure, yet as I grew older I realised that I wanted to share my own worlds, my own imagined adventures. I wanted to write my own stories.

Which brings me to the present and my very first book, hopefully the first of many. I have always preferred Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror and I intend to take a look at these genres and more while I find my feet and learn more of the art of writing and telling a good story.

I live in England with my youngest daughter and a vicious beast of a cat that my children lovingly call "Squeak."

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