Today we have a highly rated Paranormal Thriller for ENT’s Book of the Day. Atticus for the Undead by John Abramowitz has a 4.1 star rating and is only $2.99!
“John Abramowitz has written a futuristic version of legal thriller mixed with paranormal. This novel is one of the best I’ve read in years. It’s looking like he has a brilliant writing career ahead of him.” Lorraine N. – Amazon Reviewer
Atticus for the Undead
by John Abramowitz
Rating: 4.1 Stars
Genre: Paranormal Thriller
The next chapter in the struggle for equal rights begins!
Hunter Gamble is an idealistic young attorney in a very special area of the practice: arcane defense. Funded by enigmatic billionaire Charles McClain and aided by shy-but-energetic research attorney Kirsten Harper, he’s making the world a better place–one vampire, zombie, or werewolf client at a time. After all, they deserve their day in court too, right?
When a young zombie walks into Hunter’s office accused of murder (by brain-eating), Hunter’s idealism is tested as never before as he struggles to secure the man’s freedom. To do so, he must square off against a savvy and ambitious district attorney, contend with a judge who is deeply biased against arcanes, and stand up to a human-supremacist group which will stop at nothing–not even Hunter’s own death–to see his client convicted.
Here’s what the reviewers have to say:
This book was a treat! It is well written, the characters are interesting, intelligent, funny, and endearing in their own ways. Kudos to John Abramowitz for his creative genius and exceptional writing!
Rarely do I read a book and want to instantly re-read it. This book meets that standard. I’ll be recommending this book to my friends and looking out for more adult fiction from John Abramowitz.
This was one of my first self-published novels that I had read, and I must admit that the quality, style and texture of the book surprised me. I found it brilliant. It is so well written that I went to find another Ambramowitz immediately. Lucky for me, there was Weaver (another great book). In short, the book is brilliant.
This was a really good book. I picked it up yesterday and finished it today because I couldn’t stop reading. The ending was surprising and made me a little sad but it fit very well. I highly recommend this to fans of Zombies, the law and just plain good fiction.
I was so engrossed in the book that I just didn’t think about anything except what was happening in the story. I cant remember reading a book that had an ending that I DID NOT see coming, not even a little bit, no hints, no red herrings, absolutely nothing to suggest it would end like that!!! I think I’m in shock!!
Get Atticus for the Undead here: Atticus for the Undead
About The Author
I am a long, tall Texan (very, very tall) born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. Educated at Grinnell College in the great state of Iowa, I consider Iowa my second home state, and keep on good terms with both by eating barbecue AND corn. When I’m not watching way too much sci-fi/fantasy TV or reading similar books (or working, obviously), you can usually find me reading the news or playing video games. I currently live in Austin, Texas, where I work as a lawyer and author.
Everything I really need to know about storytelling, I learned from Joss Whedon (who influences my work), but I’m also a huge fan of suspense thrillers (which also influence my work), musicals (which, if I could write a musical novel, I’d be all over that), and parentheses (of which there are way too many in this bio).
As of April 16, 2013, I will be the author of four full-length novels (Weaver, The Void, Atticus for the Undead, and Identity Theft), as well as The Antlerbury Tales, a short story.
I plan to spend 2013 polishing off The Weaver Saga, which has 2 more books in it. Expect Book 3, “Flames,” soon.
Stay tuned for more exciting projects in the months to come!
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