Inevitable Blood of Humans [NOOK Book]

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Vampires have been integrated into society with humans for the most part they no longer feed off the blood of humans, but rather a special mix of genetically engineered and modified human blood. The 'crawlers' are a group of humans that kill vampires. Their activity is done in the shadows of society, because nowadays that activity is illegal, yes, vampires have ...
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Inevitable Blood of Humans

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Overview

SYNOPSIS

Vampires have been integrated into society with humans for the most part they no longer feed off the blood of humans, but rather a special mix of genetically engineered and modified human blood. The 'crawlers' are a group of humans that kill vampires. Their activity is done in the shadows of society, because nowadays that activity is illegal, yes, vampires have rights under the letter of the law now.

Recently, vampire killings have been on the rise and at first glance the 'crawlers' are thought to be behind the murders. However, unlike in most instances, the 'crawlers' haven't claimed these killings, but because they don't mindless vampires they aren't saying they didn't either.

Behind the killings is from a new group of aliens. These aliens have secretly integrated into human society waiting for their time to strike. In a strange twist of events humans and vampires will band together to fight the aliens.

STORY BEGINS

“Well, if it’s not us, then who the heck is it?” Maurice kicks back in the diner booth, puts his boots up on the table.
“Check it out,” Kim throws this morning’s edition of the Huntsville Daily towards her partner.
“A new breed, huh, impossible. Those dorks at the Daily will make anything up, always talking about their lame sci-fi crap, just wasting their time. Forget about it, Kim. You know better. Where the heck is my coffee?” Maurice lets his feet fall back down to the tile and looks around for a waitress.
“What's up sugar? You seen the Daily?” The waitress pours coffee for the two.
“Cut it out, Meg. Just pour the coffee,” Maurice turns his head towards the window, “dammit,” he gets up from the table, pushing the waitress aside.
“What’s wrong with your sidekick, hun?”
Maurice heads for the bathroom. He can feel the hairs standing up on the back of his neck, the blood rushing to his face.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013419483
  • Publisher: Amanda Locke
  • Publication date: 9/18/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 16 KB

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