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A few of the guests, who had the misfortune of being too near the windows, were seized and feasted on at once. Frontispiece

Mr. Darcy watched Elizabeth and her sisters work their way outward, beheading zombie after zombie as they went. page 15

Elizabeth lifted her skirt, disregarding modesty, and delivered a swift kick to the creatures head. page 29

Two adult unmentionables-both of them male-busied themselves feasting upon the flesh of the household staff. page 81

The wedding took place, and no one other than Elizabeth seemed to suspect the brides condition. page 111

My dear girl, said her ladyship. I suggest you take this contest seriously. My ninjas will show you no mercy. page 131

One of her kicks found its mark, and Darcy was sent into the mantelpiece with such force as to shatter its edge. page 150

The rules were simple: Sneak up behind one of the large bucks grazing in the nearby woods, wrestle it to the ground, and kiss it on the nose before letting it go. page 183

The smoke from Darcys musket hung in the air around him, wafting Heavenward through his thick mane of chestnut hair. page 200

Weak, silly girl! So long as there is life in this old body, you shall never again be in the company of my nephew! page 291

The creatures were crawling on their hands and knees, biting into ripe heads of cauliflower, which they had mistaken for stray brains. page 303


THE CLASSIC REGENCY ROMANCE-NOW WITH ULTRAVIOLENT ZOMBIE MAYHEM | Pride and Prejudice and Zombies | CHAPTER 1