Chase Graves didn’t sign up to be a hero. He didn’t care about serving his country. He joined up to do the one thing he knew best… he wanted to fight. After years of intense training to become a swift, silent, deadly recon Marine, he will finally get his chance. But it isn’t at all what he expected.

Now that the dead have returned to life and started attacking the living, Chase and his Marine brothers in Nightmare Platoon find themselves in a fierce battle for survival. Assigned with a desperate mission to stop the end of the world, the raucous and fiery bunch of devil dogs may be the only hope that mankind has left.

The third book in the ROTD series brings another cast together with our series survivors for another hard-hitting, action-packed installment that takes us back to the early days of the outbreak. Prepare yourself for another dose of nail-biting zombie thrills.

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I never signed up to be a hero. It wasn’t because I wanted to defend my country either. As far back as I can remember, my father wanted me to follow in his footsteps and join the Air Force. So, as soon as I was old enough, I joined the Marines instead just to piss the old bastard off. He’s a real pain in the ass. The funny thing about it was my grandfather was a Marine, and my father joined the Air Force just to piss him off. That’s probably where I get it from. Being a stubborn asshole just runs in the family.


Jeremy Dyson

Jeremy Dyson lives for one reason; to kill zombies. Until he gets that chance, he occupies his time drinking beer, writing stories, and teaching his children not to go to the bathroom on the floor. So far he has only succeeded in two of those endeavors.

After studying at the University of Iowa, Jeremy moved back home to Illinois, worked on a farm, built websites, made lattes, wrote how-to articles, and took dogs for walks before deciding he should probably do something different. About a year later, his debut novel, Rise of the Dead, was released. The rest is history.

His writing influences are J.D. Salinger, Cormac McCarthy, Ernest Hemingway, Raymond Carver and George Romero. He is currently at work finishing his five book zombie series.

He currently resides in the cozy town of Crystal Lake, Illinois with his wife, two daughters, a pair of scruffy, stinky dogs, and his best friend, Jason Voorhees.


…Okay, I just made that last part up.


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