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Goop Soup: Nathan Abercrombie, Accidental Zombie #3

by David Lubar

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0765325098, Paperback)

Nathan is just getting started with his training for secret organization BUM when greasy green globs of goop start oozing from every faucet in town. Gross! When BUM asks Nathan to investigate, he and his friends Abigail and Mookie follow the trail to the smelliest place they can imagine—deep in the heart of the sewers of East Craven. And what they encounter there may end Nathan’s career as a zombie spy before it has even begun….

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Nathan's career as a half-dead zombie spy may be over just as his training has begun when he and friends Abigail and Mookie enter East Craven's sewers to investigate the greasy green goop dripping from every faucet in town.

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