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Pay Me In Flesh (Mallory Caine, Zombie at Law) by K. Bennett
Review by Drew Bittner
Pinnacle Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780786026241
Date: 01 August 2011 List Price $6.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Attorney Mallory Caine has enough complications in her life: a dying practice, a hippie mother, and a pesky office neighbor. But her biggest problema has to be the fact that she's a zombie and needs to eat brains to survive.

From official release/information:

Product Description: "Hungry For Justice - And Brains": Meet Mallory Caine. Attorney at law. Zombie at large. She's not like those "Living Dead" losers you see in the movies. She doesn't slobber, drool, or lurch - she's smart, stylish, and sexy. Sure, she's a zombie and a lawyer but, hey, a girl's got to eat. When Mallory's not in the courtroom, going head to head with her ex-boyfriend, killer-prosecutor Aaron Argula, she's in the seedy streets of Hollywood, hunting brain after brain. That is, until some psycho starts hunting zombie after zombie..."The Defense Never Rests - In Peace": The undead are decapitated, a letter "Z" carved in their flesh. Mallory doesn't want to lose her head, but she's worried. Like many lawyers in L.A., she doesn't have a soul - a side effect of being a zombie, not a defence attorney. If Mallory dies before she gets her soul back, she goes straight to hell. No appeals. Objection overruled. If the killer isn't stopped, it's case closed for zombies everywhere. But Mallory is an undying champion of justice, and she won't go down - without a bite...

(Source: Pinnacle)

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