A Book Review: Dirty Bombs

It’s been forever and a day since I’ve blogged but I’m back!

I’m not going to bore you with the stuff that’s been going on with me other than I submitted two stories to two charity anthologies this morning which makes for the first 2 wins for 2022! Now I have to tackle the next 5 books in my To-Do file which means I’ll be in hiding inside the writing cave again.

… but not before I share one of my latest reads this past weekend.

It’s belated but congratulations to Dacia Arnold for her latest horror release, Dirty Bombs!

Here’s a quick overview of Dirty Bombs without giving anything away:

Army Staff Sergeant Miranda St. Clair is not having a good day.

Her husband could be having an affair back in the States and the enemy just launched a mortar attack on the base she’s stationed in, killing her roommate instantly.

As if things weren’t bad enough, zombies are suddenly everywhere (case #1: her roommate).

But Miranda isn’t one to give up so easily. She’s going to make it back home to see her 18-month-old daughter no matter what, and she’ll do everything humanly possible to get on the last transport out of hell.

I picked this novella up last Friday and read it during the weekend and can I say this was a really fast-paced hells-yeah-you-go-Mom-you read. Arnold kept me on the edge of my seat throughout with her no-nonsense heroine Miranda St. Clair. She’s definitely a heroine I’d like by my side if I want to make it through a zombie invasion (barring other things we can’t control and all…).

What about you? What’s your latest read?

Published by Liz

Romance me writes stories with happy endings while my naughty pen writes the naughty ones. I also accidentally step on Legos daily while balancing my cup of tea and biscuits.

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