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Two men engage in an altercation in a movie lobby. Later one of the men turns up dead in a New York City alley. But this is no ordinary murder. The dead man is a sex demon and his fellow combatant was Jean-Claude Rou?. Now the werewolf is accused of his murder and faces a trial by before a supernatural tribunal. If Jean-Claude is convicted it will mean his execution. Mark Julian is away on a personal investigation in Kenya so Tortego, the crafty vampire chief, goes to an unusual source for help. Using his powers ...
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Two men engage in an altercation in a movie lobby. Later one of the men turns up dead in a New York City alley. But this is no ordinary murder. The dead man is a sex demon and his fellow combatant was Jean-Claude Roué. Now the werewolf is accused of his murder and faces a trial by before a supernatural tribunal. If Jean-Claude is convicted it will mean his execution. Mark Julian is away on a personal investigation in Kenya so Tortego, the crafty vampire chief, goes to an unusual source for help. Using his powers as head of New York City's supernatural community he appoints Mark's human partner, Detective Vincent Pasquale, to be one of the three judges for Jean-Claude's trial. Now Vinnie must not only fight to clear his friend he must deal with his supernatural co-jurists: the werewolf Viola Lupa and the sex demon J. Dale Carter. Both of his companion judges are on record as sworn enemies of "any mixed supernatural mating." Throw in a shifty shape shifter named Andelan Clarke, Ja-ne the original Oracle of Delphi and, a sexy TV newsman from the island of Guernsey who appears to be more interested in Vinnie than any story and it truly becomes "The Case No One Foretold"!
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  • ISBN-13: 9781935509745
  • Publisher: The Nazca Plains Corporation
  • Publication date: 12/31/2009
  • Pages: 168
  • Product dimensions: 0.36 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Posted April 7, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Continuing series with Mark Julian, Vampire Detective and a host of memorable characters

    In our continuing series of Mark Julian, P.I., the author continues to give us the wonderful characters of Jean-Claude, the uber-hunky head of the werewolf clan and his fiance Jaime, a very hot sex-demon who dresses in the style of the fourties(one of my favourite time periods for clothing too!). Vinnie, Mark's soon-to-be-husband is back working after his horrific experience fighting the undead.

    But new problems rear their ugly heads. There is hatred between the female werewolf who feels she should be Jean-claude's mate and the sex-demon clan who condemn Jaime for marrying a werewolf. Our werewolf is set up in a murder. Tortego, the vampire from the Spanish Inquistion appoints Vinne to sit as a judge on the case.

    Tortego has his own problems with Quan the head of the vampires world wide. One slip and he is out.

    Mark has gone to Africa to find Collin and to find answers as to who is involved in the killing of vampires in New York City.

    Does it sound complicated? Not the way Kyle Cicero tells it! The ending is excellent with many leads (can't tell) to take us into another book soon.
    There is a surprises waiting for Mark and we see that there are many nefarious schemes afoot to bring down Tortego, Mark and cause general mayhem among the vampire community.

    I recommend this wonderful vampire/werewolf/sex-demon series to any vampire lover who wants MORE, MORE MORE of the undead.

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  • Posted March 21, 2010

    An Excellent Vampire/Detective Series.

    I loved the story!

    Kyle Cicero delivered the goods in his wonderful characters of the vampire Tortega (from the Spanish Inquistion), Jaime the very hot sex-changing demon who dresses in the style of clothes from the '40's, her uber-sexy fiance a werewolf called Jean-Claude and Vinnie. The boyfriend and lover of Mark who is a broken man (can't give away the plot!)

    I love the many characters that Cicero brings in as vampires from different parts of history. They are all interesting and make the story come alive and add to the storyline, as far as I am concerned.

    There are many threads laid out in this story that will take the reader happily to the next book which I am looking forward to reading! Murdering vampires by other vampires is never taken lightly. Two powerful leaders are now in New York in a game of 'who can spit farther!'

    Mark has demons to kill on the outside and Vinnie has demons on the inside.

    There is never a dull moment in his wonderful series!

    I recommend this series to anyone who is interested in a good vampire series with lots of interesting characters, plots and all laid out in New York City.

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