A sadistic serial killer, Homer Gibbon, was executed for his crimes, but Homer didn’t stay dead. The prison doctor wants Homer to suffer so the doctor injects Homer with a drug that would keep his mind alive. Homer would be buried and later would regain consciousness and then die in a nightmare deep in the ground, but instead his body was sent elsewhere and not immediately buried. In a small town in Pennsylvania, Homer woke up very hungry.
The injection turned Homer into a zombie but what’s worse is that Homer is contagious and it spreads with every bite. The small town cops aren’t prepared for the impossible as the dead return with a voracious appetite in Dead of Night: A Zombie Novel by Jonathan Maberry. With guns blazing the end of the world has begun unless this small town can stop it. Maberry is a Bram Stoker Award winner and the author of numerous books including Patient Zero,and Rot & Ruin.