Chupacabraby Robert A. Heinsohn Sr
Dumas White is the Sheriff of Uvalde County, a beautiful area on the edge of the Texas Hill Country where the Leona, Nueces, and Frio Rivers connect. It is the home of approximately twenty-five thousand farmers, ranchers, and sportsmen. It is also the temporary summer home of several thousand swimmers, tubers, and fishermen, and the alternate home of as many bird and deer hunters in the fall and winter. Dumas' usual job is to keep the locals and the visitors from hurting one another, but when a series of animal mutilations culminates in a brutal murder, his job becomes much more complicated. As the investigation progresses and the secrets of the small town are revealed like the slowly peeling skin of a rotting onion, Dumas begins to understand the importance of the many secrets he has protected over the years. When a drunken citizens confesses to the murder and claims to be a Vampire, Dumas has to examine his own motivations and dig into his own secrets before he can accept the truth. Forget everything you thought you knew about Vampires, because Chupacabra gives a whole new name to the blood-suckers.
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This was a very well written book. I really enjoyed it. I recomend this book to anyone! It's not what you would expect a vampire book to be but in this case it's a good thing!