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By James C. Gillen.
I'm going to go on record here and say that it won't be very long before Paul Isaac becomes a favorite character to a lot of horror fans. Todd Martin - HorrorNews.net
This fast paced storyline is chock-full of double crosses and misdirection. Just when I thought I'd figured out the real villan, I was thrown for a loop. But oh, how I enjoyed the ride! - The Vampire Librarian.
Isaac is a brash new hero in a riveting vampire read. Reminiscent of Van Helsing in a modern day setting which leaves the reader wanting more. - Cold Coffee Magazine.
It's dark, it's dirty, it's sarcastic, and it's one hell of a read. - Lori Strongin - Reader's Chai.
OVERVIEW: When Paul Isaac, vampire executioner, is confronted by the master vampire of the city and poisoned with a virus that will not only kill him, but cause him to rise as one of the undead, he must decide whether to do the bidding of the powerful vampire to save his own life, or stop the sadistic killer that threatens to leave the city with more unfortunate victims. Packed with crucifixes, stakes, and a Magnum filled with ultra-violet bullets, Paul uncovers a sinister club that caters to the dark side of pleasure and pain that might not only be the key to his survival, but also push him closer to the killer's identity. In order to stay alive, he must learn to face his inner darkness and trust in things that just might be less monstrous than himself.
2008 Kerlak Enterprisestrade paperback. 308 pages. New / New.
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