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Craig DiLouie


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Craig DiLouie is a freelance marketing consultant and technical writer living in Calgary, Alberta. He has written book-length works, both fiction and non-fiction, in addition to hundreds of articles published in magazines, books and websites. Craig's novels have spanned psychological thrillers to speculative fiction to science fiction to zombie apocalypse, his current passion.

Genres: Horror, Historical
 
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Retreat (with Stephen Knight and Joe McKinney)
   1. Pandemic (2013)
   2. Slaughterhouse (2014)
   3. Die Laughing (2015)
   4. Alamo (2016)
   5. Crucible (2018)
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Crash Dive
   1. Crash Dive (2015)
   2. Silent Running (2016)
   3. Battle Stations (2016)
   4. Contact! (2017)
   5. Hara-Kiri (2018)
   6. Over the Hill (2018)
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Craig DiLouie recommends
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Zombie Fallout (2010)
(Zombie Fallout, book 1)
Mark Tufo
"Working as both straight up survival fiction and comedy, Mark Tufo's FALLOUT is a gory, laugh out loud tale of a community of heroes, cowards andmisfits struggling against zombies. Tufo's unlikely hero is one of the funniest and most endearing characters I've seen in zombie fiction."
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14 (2012)
Peter Clines
"A riveting apocalyptic mystery in the style of LOST."
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Sons of War (2020)
(Sons of War , book 1)
Nicholas Sansbury Smith
"The Sopranos meets Mad Max ... In a fresh take on the apocalypse, Nicholas Sansbury Smith's Sons of War presents the end of America as a time of horror, transformation, and, for one enterprising crime family, opportunity. Smith's smooth prose and tough cast of characters keep the pages turning at a thriller pace. Never has the end of the world as we know it been so fun to read."

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