Some brief overview of this book
To Be Dead Or Not To Be Dead
In the Unnatural Quarter, golems slave away in sweatshops, necromancers sell black-market trinkets to tourists, and the dead rise up—to work the night shift. But zombie detective Dan Shamble is no ordinary working stiff. When a local senator and his goons picket a ghostly production of Shakespeare in the Dark—condemning the troupes unnatural lifestyles—Dan smells something rotten. And if something smells rotten to a zombie, youre in serious trouble. . .
Before his way of life, er, death, is destroyed, Dan wants answers. Along the way he needs to provide security for a mummified madame, defend a mixed-race couple (hes a vampire, shes a werewolf) from housing discrimination, and save his favorite watering hole, the Goblin Tavern, from drying up. Throw in a hairy hitman, a necro-maniac, and a bank robber who walks through walls, and Dan Shambles plate is full. Maybe this time, the zombie detective has bitten off more than he can chew. . .
Praise for Death Warmed Over
Wickedly funny, deviously twisted and enormously satisfying. This is a big juicy bite of zombie goodness. Two decaying thumbs up.—Jonathan Maberry
A darkly funny, wonderfully original detective tale.—Kelley Armstrong
An unpredictable walk on the weird side. Prepare to be entertained. —Charlaine Harris