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2 Vampire Books …. 1 low price

Liquid Diet & Midnight Snack

From LIQUID DIET & MIDNIGHT SNACK: “The Evil One brought us to his ancient castle in Romania. The place looked like something out of a low-budget Dracula movie: dark, dreary and damp. Condensation dripped down the dirty walls. “He led us …down a spiral stone staircase and opened a steel door at the bottom. We entered a room draped in spider webs. “In the center of the room was an Egyptian sarcophagus. The Evil One lifted the heavy lid and slipped inside. Lying down, he quickly closed it again without saying a word. “We heard some footsteps coming down the stairs. When the rusty door opened, a man wearing a black cape and top hat entered. He was dressed in Bruxelles lace and white gloves and was carrying a walking stick. It was The Count, in the flesh….”



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More on BLOODLESS by Michael McCarty & Jody R. LaGreca


Daniel Peck is a modern-day vampire, over one hundred years old. He succumbs to his transformation on the Lusitania when the beautiful and ancient Veronica, Queen of the Undead, beguiles him. Daniel survives the sinking of the Lusitania, and another disaster when the Hindenburg explodes. Years later Daniel is a middle school substitute teacher in Baltimore, Maryland. He feeds off the energy of four students Riley Peterson, Meiko Lee, Kham Lee and Steve Earl and turns them into zombie-like creatures who subsist on human remains. Daniel kills people for his thralls to devour, but the students prove difficult to control. Meanwhile Daniel encounters and is charmed by Annie Julliard, a lovely motel proprietor, and changes her into a white vampire. They marry and Daniel brings home the four thralls as his adopted children. From then on, things become very complicated…


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Vampire Mike

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Bloodless 2

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