Sep 14, 2020
By Andy Johnson
When he died in Toronto three years ago, master horror-film maker George Romero left an unfinished book called “The Living Dead.”
Romero practically invented the genre with his ground breaking film “Night of the Living Dead” in 1968.
His heir’s invited lifelong Romero fan and novelist Daniel Kraus to complete the book.
Critics say it expands, clarifies and concludes a tale more than 50-years in the making and is in book stores now.
Romero was born in New York, but was married to a Canadian and living in Toronto when he died in July of 2017 at the age of 77.