Pox Americana 3 by Zack Archer (Pox Americana #3)
English | 2019 | Fantasy | ePUB | 335 kb
Pox Americana : Nick and the ladies are taking their talents to South Beach!
Rescued from the zombie horde in downtown Washington, D.C., Nick and the ladies are whisked away to a top-secret military installation run by what’s left of the government. But the installation is hours away from being overrun, so Nick’s offered a deal: lead a team down to Miami, locate a hidden CDC lab, and recover a drug that may be an antidote to the zombie virus.
Catching some rays in South Beach with a harem of beautiful ladies in tiny bikinis? What’s not to love? But Nick’s happiness is tempered when he discovers that the city is flooded, filled with millions of hungry zombies, sharks, alligators, and bandits led by a crooked DEA official who are cruising around on armored speed boats.
Forced to team up with a sexy female pirate named Sadie, Nick and ladies decide to hit the zombies and the bandits head-on in a series of spectacular battles across Miami’s new system of canals, racing to locate the lab and find the antidote before the bad guys do.
“Our door gunner slash resident deejay. His name’s Lawless.”
“I dig his hat,” I replied.
“It’s in honor of his relatives who fought at the Little Bighorn with Custer.”
“The last stand guy?” She nodded and I continued, “Speaking of last stands…”
She tapped a finger on the end of my stump. “If you were wondering, we were coming to the rescue.”
“Could’ve fooled me.”
“We were fashionably late,” she said with the sweep of a hand.
“We saw your helicopters before. The other day, back over the city. How long were you watching us?”
“We’ve been monitoring the city for the last nineteen days.”
“What were you looking for?”
“Somebody like you,” she answered with a faint smile.
“Who are you, really?”
“I’m Sharla Jean Frost and I used to work for the Program Coordination Division of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.”
“Doing what?” I asked.
“I specialized in moving papers from the left side of my desk to the right.”