You Never Know What's Going to Come Through the Door

      F.C. Schaefer
You Never Know What's Going to Come Through the Door

There are some hard and fast rules every businessman lives and dies by: The customer is always right, even if he's a blood thirsty vampire who can ripe your throat open and drain you dry on a whim. If you don't have what he wants in stock, try and sell him what you've got. And if he doesn't like what you've got? Then...Everybody needs new clothes sooner or later, even the creatures of the night. But pity the poor sales clerk who has a vampire for a customer. No matter, in retail, you never know what's going to come through the door: maybe a shoplifter or an undead teenager who wants to buy the same sports coat he wore in 1959. If it is the latter, you're still going to be expected to greet him with a smile and make the sale. Even if it costs you your life.

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    Pick Your Poison

      F.C. Schaefer
Pick Your Poison

It is true, no matter how bad things get, they can always get worse. For a handful of survivors the worst is not a virulent superflu which has killed 99% of the earth's population. No, the worst comes when they learn they are not the only ones to live through the end of civilization; the creatures of the night have survived just fine and they are ravenously hungry now.It is true, no matter how bad things get, they can always get worse. For a handful of survivors the worst is not a virulent superflu which has killed 99% of the earth's population. No, the worst comes when they learn they are not the only ones to live through the end of civilization; the creatures of the night have survived just fine, but with their food supply greatly diminished, they are ravenously hungry for human flesh and blood.And it's also true that when the going gets tough, the tough get going. In a desperate move, the survivors attempt to pit one predator against the other; knowing full well that in the end, the last people on earth will have to pick their poison.

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