Frankie works at the Happy Restful Sanitorium, a housing facility for those who choose to keep their loved ones around long after their death. With so many hungry bodies around, life is difficult—Especially when Frankie’s husband, George, somehow becomes infected. Frankie soon discovers that hiding an illegal zombie isn’t as easy as she’d thought.

"I recommend Frankie & Formaldehyde to zombie lovers and haters alike. The romance aspect is almost platonic, so you don't have to worry about mental images of the living getting it on with the dead. It's about life-long relationships, loyalty, and the natural order of things with a healthy dose of wit and social commentary." -- AlbertRobbinsIII, Amazon Reviewer

This was one of my campier works, and how could it not be when talking about geriatric zombies taking revenge on those who have wronged them?  It’s definitely one of the best received of my work and it was so much fun plunking the zombie apocalypse into the materialistic, narrow vision of suburbia and letting the end times run amok.  


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