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Kill the Dead Quotes Showing of Some whiz by and only spook you. Others tear you open and leave you in pieces. You don't say the words. They blast big bloody holes in the world. And words are bricks. Say something out loud and it starts turning solid. Say it loud enough and it becomes a wall you can't get through.
Don't Kill the Dead
Friends will kill you with kindness. Either way you're dead. The cavalry just now rode into town and it's a Czech Gypsy porn-star zombie killer. Return to Book Page. Don't Kill the Dead by Vusi Gumbi. Our main character, Detective Allison Cowes, and her partner are in search of a serial killer who has molested, brutalized, and murdered children. Allison and her brother, now an up-and-coming political figure, survived a very dire childhood, which causes Allison to become even more determined to solve these crimes.
When an associate of her brother Bennett is murdered while at his townhouse, the investigation takes a complete turn.
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Could these crimes somehow be connected? Allison struggles with the idea that her brother might be involved or even responsible for at least one, if not all of the deaths.
Alternatively, is he the target of a sinister plot devised by his political opponent? Gumbi is a fifteen-year member of the Virgin Active Squash Club and enjoys the games of squash and golf. He credits his passion for the English language and reading the works of great authors for allowing him to hone his ability to tell a story. Published January 1st by Dorrance Publishing Co. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Don't Kill the Dead , please sign up.
Lists with This Book. Mar 03, Baratang rated it really liked it. At the beginning, the author described Allison as a "plain Jane" who just bathed, brushed her teeth, applied deodorant and wore simple pants and tops. She had nothing going on for her except her work; which she of course took seriously.
I had a vivid picture of her in my mind, and as the gripping nature of the crimes unfolded, I was definitely sure that given her own background, she was going to take the law into her own hands, to make up for her unhappy childhood. Seeing her wanting and pursuin At the beginning, the author described Allison as a "plain Jane" who just bathed, brushed her teeth, applied deodorant and wore simple pants and tops. Seeing her wanting and pursuing a man, and not only that but displaying maternal instincts which were well received by children was a real twist of events, which I would have never imagined.
I relegated her from romance and motherhood from the start. Another character I had to see vividly in my mind was Bennett, and for some reason, the mental picture that came was that of a short man, treading on entering the over weight category but still relatively fine; dark hair; enquiring eyes; fast talker and walker, and always wiping sweat on his face. I didn't like him from the time he was introduced.
I built a profile around him and how right I was.
He turned out to be everything I had thought of him. Robert, hmm, Robert, what a short life span in the book. I wanted to hear more about this drop dead gorgeous man, especially one hell of a seductive story that left the victim weeping after his death, but that wasn't the author's agenda.
The book took it's toll on me and I wondered why the author had to be so explicit about the nature of the crimes, especially considering who the victims were. He understands very well that the group needs hope, and he does his best to offer it. In addition to not throwing away their own dead like trash, he suggests going to the Center For Disease Control facility, hoping to find safety there, and possibly even a cure.
In contrast to that inkling of hope, Andrea cries and shoots her sister in the head. No hope for a cure there. He sees the CDC as a dead end, and tries to convince Lori to talk Rick and, of course, the rest of the group out of going there.
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In fact, he is rather enraged at this, and the fact that Lori stopped playing family with him since Rick returned. Shane actually seems very prepared to kill the living, given how he had threatened to beat Ed Peletier to death. Shane probably only resists killing him because the wise and learned Dale Horvath catches him in the act. But what would a Shane-type say?
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He then heads to a lab, accidentally spills some chemicals on some zombie tissue samples, and it triggers an automated decontamination process that destroys the samples and whatever information they may have contained. Jenner is so depressed over the loss that he hints at suicide in his diary. However, before he can join the reaper, he looks at the surveillance feed and notices the group outside of the CDC. He opens the door to let them in. To him, they are possibly a sign of hope, or at least a reason to live a little longer.
The broader question is: What waits ahead for our crew?