The Vampire Files, Volume Three

The Vampire Files, Volume Three

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by P. N. Elrod
     
 

Two Jack Fleming, Vampire P.I. novels - now in one volume.

Chicago is a rough town, even for the undead. But someone has to clean up the dirty burg, and Jack Flemming is just the vampire for the job. The Vampire Files, Volume Three includes two adventures featuring Chicago's very own vampire P.I. as he cleans up the streets, one crook at

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Two Jack Fleming, Vampire P.I. novels - now in one volume.

Chicago is a rough town, even for the undead. But someone has to clean up the dirty burg, and Jack Flemming is just the vampire for the job. The Vampire Files, Volume Three includes two adventures featuring Chicago's very own vampire P.I. as he cleans up the streets, one crook at a time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780441019748
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
03/01/2011
Series:
Vampire Files Series
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

P.N. “Pat” Elrod, best known for The Vampire Files and the Jonathan Barrett: Gentleman Vampire series, co-edited Time of the Vampires, and has stories in several other anthologies.  A great fan of Forever Knight, she collaborated with actor Nigel Bennet (LaCroix) on Keeper of the King and His Father’s Son.  She is currently working on a new set of toothy titles and branching into the mystery and science fiction genres.

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The Vampire Files, Volume Three 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Mrs_MH More than 1 year ago
Jack Fleming, former reporter and undead detective and nightclub owner, is the classiest vampire detective in print. Not the richest, or the best looking, or the most powerful vampire mind you -- just the classiest. And P.N. Elrod is one of the authors I keep on my very short list of "buy anything she writes". Having Charles Escott (the debonaire British actor turned private eye) as a sidekick and a sultry chanteuse named Bobbie as his lady love doesn't hurt Fleming's class act one bit. Though the Chicago of Prohibition and Al Capone was before my time, I feel as if I know it like my own neighborhood after reading the first two volumes in this series. And I love this new installment. I'm ready for more already! If you're new to The Vampire Files, an omnibus like this one is a great place to start. But be warned: once you start reading them, you'll be back. I didn't even think I liked "urban fantasy" or anything to do with vampires until I picked up a Jack Fleming novel someone had left on a 14-hour Air New Zealand flight. That was five years ago, and I've since read everything this writer has written, and I'm officially "hooked". Bet you will be, too.
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