Zombies & Toys Reviews DYING IS MY BUSINESS

I’ve never heard of this website before, Zombies & Toys. It looks like they deal mostly with horror collectibles, comics, video games, and movies. But they also review books — a rarity for media sites these days! — and recently they turned their eye toward Dying Is My Business. It’s a pretty great review, too. Here’s a pull quote:

“Kaufmann has created a seriously complex and interesting character…in Trent, and has surrounded him with a supporting cast of moody, counter-culture anti-heroes who make this one of the best books I’ve ever enjoyed. Dying Is My Business will grab you by the throat and throw you headlong into a version of New York City you never knew existed.  I hope you don’t like sleep, because this is one book you won’t be putting down until you’ve finished it.”

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