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It's been three years since the events in Copper, Texas, and Ernie is not the same man he used to be. Literally. Drinking Braedon LaFavilier's blood has changed him in more ways than one. It's given him vampiric abilities, and it's transformed him into a spitting image of LaFavilier. With that transformation comes some great perks, like a vast fortune, holding all over Europe and the South Pacific, and instant VIP status, wherever he goes. But wearing Braedon's face has its drawbacks. Ernie is now a magnet for vampires who want his power. The filthy bloodsuckers hunt him even as he hunts them, and they'll stop at nothing to drain him dry. And what's worse, Braedon LaFavilier was not a nice guy, even by vampire standards, and he's made a ton of enemies. When those enemies come a-calling, Ernie faces a sadistic evil which makes the events of three years ago look like a month of frozen margaritas and sunsets. Now Ernie, along with his fiery lover Abigail Starr, and his eccentric team of hunters are under siege in the Mexican town they call home. What's worse, a figure from Ernie's past has surfaced, adding a new dimension of danger to the whole business. Blood will be spilled, relationships will be tested, and vintage t-shirts will be ruined. Ernie's Texas tough, but has he got what it takes to survive in this shadow world hidden beyond our own? All The Colors is the second book in red-hot author Kenneth Deville's Copper, Texas series, a noir-ish Gothic vampire western that takes the reader into the black of night, as well as into the pits of the soul.