EXCERPT from Dying Days by Armand Rosamilia:
DARLENE BOBICH: ZOMBIE KILLER
Anything But Luck
Darlene Bobich never believed in luck. There was a reason for everything, and whether it was the good graces of God Above or skills and experience that got you through, it was never a random occurrence. Things happened for a reason, as her daddy used to say.
This morning she put a bullet through her daddy’s heart. He didn’t stop trying to kill her, so she put another through his stomach.
The one between his eyes and the one through his left eye stopped him.
The gun, a Desert Eagle gas-operated semi-automatic, was given to her as a gift from her daddy. This was one of the first that he’d had a hand in creating when the Israeli manufacturer had moved its operations to Maine.
A small five year window before the Desert…
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