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The Darkest Colors: Children of Asmodeus
     

The Darkest Colors: Children of Asmodeus

by David M. Bachman
 

Keith Meyer’s job was simply to track down rogue vampires and bring them in … or kill them. Simple, of course, until his boss committed the team to the most lucrative and dangerous job of all: to take down an entire bloodline of royal vampires. It was a very tall order, not only because of the risks involved but also because these were not actually

Overview

Keith Meyer’s job was simply to track down rogue vampires and bring them in … or kill them. Simple, of course, until his boss committed the team to the most lucrative and dangerous job of all: to take down an entire bloodline of royal vampires. It was a very tall order, not only because of the risks involved but also because these were not actually rogue vampires. Monitoring their targets in advance, he was beginning to realize that this job was far more than he could reasonably handle, both logistically and morally. As a soldier, he’d always known where the line was drawn, but tracking and killing vampires as a civilian was a messy, chaotic business. Where would he draw the line now, and just how far was he willing to push things to find out? "The Darkest Colors: Children of Asmodeus" is the third part in the original trilogy in the Raina series.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044988675
Publisher:
David M. Bachman
Publication date:
09/14/2012
Series:
House of Fallamhain , #3
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
654,830
File size:
618 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Born in the Midwest, and an avid writer since the age of 13, David M. Bachman's works of fiction span over 25 years. His first published work, "When Raindrops Come Crashing," marked the start of his foray into publishing in December 2000. Since then, he has written a number of other fiction novels and short stories, including the carefully-crafted "Raina Fallamhain" series that has involved well over a full decade of composition and over six full-length novels. He currently resides in the East Valley area of Phoenix, AZ, where many of his recent stories are based.

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