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A DOZEN BLACK ROSES.
by Nancy A. Collins.
OVERVIEW: Troubles brewing when Sonja Blue, vampire and vampire hunter, takes on the Kindred of the World of Darkness in a hair-raising, hell-raising carnage-filled crossover. Welcome to Deadtown, capital of the nations undead. Here, the only humans you will meet are the misfits of American society, surrounded by a legion of gangbangers and their vampire bosses. Written as only Nancy Collins can, this novel promises to be a treat for World of Darkness aficionados and Collins fans alike.
QUOTE: Collins is a master at bringing the ancient vampire myth slamming into the 20th century....a powerful younger vampire, Esher, is plotting to overthrow Deadtowns established ruler, Sinjon, and become the new crime boss in town. As the two vampires vie for control of the city, they are unaware that they have something much more deadly to fear than each other. Enter Sonja Black, any vampires worst nightmare, dressed in steel-tipped boots and a leather jacket. She has an unquenchable thirst for blood, but shes not after humans. Trapped between the world of the living and the undead, she has sworn to make the vampires pay for trying to make her one of them. This book is not for the squeamish, as gore and guts fly through the pages, thanks to Collinss graphic descriptions. It is recommended, however, for libraries with vampire collections. - Library Journal.
2000 White Wolf, 276 pages. New.
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