Night Wonder

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A murderer stalks the Gateway City. The Central West End Ripper is a Keeper vampire who believes he alone is at the top of the food chain. He slashes his victims to mask his real obsession: drinking blood from humans. His murderous rampage not only threatens the lives of young women, but could also expose a secret community of Freeblood vampires.

Freeblood vampire Theodore Falcon is determined to stop the Ripper and keep his community intact. Unlike his ancestors, Falcon obtains...

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Overview

A murderer stalks the Gateway City. The Central West End Ripper is a Keeper vampire who believes he alone is at the top of the food chain. He slashes his victims to mask his real obsession: drinking blood from humans. His murderous rampage not only threatens the lives of young women, but could also expose a secret community of Freeblood vampires.

Freeblood vampire Theodore Falcon is determined to stop the Ripper and keep his community intact. Unlike his ancestors, Falcon obtains his nourishment from a blood bank. He and a handful of Freeblood vampires have found a way coexist with Ordinaries-normal humans-but only if the clan remains a well-guarded secret at all costs. Now, the actions of the Ripper threaten this precarious balance.

To catch the Ripper, Falcon builds a team of extraordinary investigators that include his psychologist lady love; his brother, a rock magician; his mentor, a Catholic priest; and an Ordinary, a courageous disabled veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Together, the group prowls the streets in their hunt for the Ripper, all willing to risk their lives to end the evil that threatens their city.

The Ripper is crafty, though, and Falcon knows he faces a determined foe. Only time will tell if the Ripper's own arrogance become his downfall, or if he will once again elude capture.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781458200549
  • Publisher: Abbott Press
  • Publication date: 9/26/2011
  • Pages: 276
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.58 (d)

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