The Shoot Corpses, Don’t They by Stuart McLean ♥ | #LoveBooksTours

Happy Sunday! What are you guys up to this weekend? Anything fun? I finished reading The Shoot Corpses, Don’t They by Stuart McLean so I am putting the proverbial pen and paper to good use and write my thoughts on it.

Genre: Post-Apocalyptic Noir
Year Of Publication: 13/04/2018
Pages: 302
My rating: 3.5 stars

Pat O’Hare is the only (living) private detective in Farrelton, a crime-ridden city still recovering from the ravages of an undead uprising. Pat is hired to find the missing granddaughter of a rich industrialist. But, what starts out as simple enough job turns into a fight for survival as he finds himself pulled into a deadly mystery where nobody can be trusted. Helped only by a trigger happy ex-cop and a washed up boxer with a pathological fear of trees, Pat has to use every trick in the book just to stay alive.
Caught between corrupt police, gun-wielding hitmen and a ruthless crime lord, Pat soon learns that the zombies are not the most dangerous creatures in town.

The Shoot Corpses, Don’t They by Stuart McLean features zombies and detectives which the perfect mesh-up in my opinion. Anyone who knows me can vouch for my love of zombies. The characters are funny and witty even with the zombs within touching distance. I really enjoyed reading about a world where the living are going on with their lives even with zombies.

The zombies adds an interesting backdrop to this detective noir setting and I am so here for it. There characters were hilarious, the twist and turn in this mystery/thriller novel kept on coming and I kept on turning the page because I needed to know and this novel kept me chucking all the way to the end.

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Author bio:

Stuart McLean (aka CS McLean) is a writer currently living in St Albans. He studied Chemistry at the University of Hertfordshire – although, this was back in the days when the Premiership was still called Division One and Hatfield was still a Polytechnic.
He was shortlisted for the first Margery Allingham short story competition, and was twice shortlisted for the Bloody Scotland short story competition.
Stuart was a finalist in the 2016 Bloody Scotland Pitch Perfect competition, in which he pitched his brand of zombie noir to a largely bewildered group of panellists. He was also chosen as one of the 2018 Bloody Scotland Crime in the Spotlight authors, a platform to highlight new and emerging crime writers.When not writing, Stuart likes to play various musical instruments, all very badly; guitar, ukulele, trumpet and harmonica. But, not at the same time.