Blood Drive

Blood Drive

by Jack R. Stanley, Brian Robertson

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The death of his wife has left Olin Caylor a man who crawled into a bottle to survive. It's his feisty 12-year-old daughter, Darcie, with all the faith in the world in her father, who wants to stop his slide into oblivion. She gets him to take on a missing person's case without knowing it's really a missing vampire case.
Darcie's obsession is books about vampires. But when she becomes the sacrificial virgin for Mayan vampires, everything changes.
Vampires are known in every culture ever investigated. Today most people believe the Mayan's are dead and gone, but their history, culture, and even daemons are still alive. The immortal killers still require the blood of virgins to perpetuate their existence and their rites are conducted in the ancient caves of Mexico.
What Olin Caylor learns is intwined with the history and legends of vampires. This strange case is twisted and very unexpected. It's part detective story and part vampire story.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148470397
Publisher: Jack R. Stanley
Publication date: 07/19/2013
Series: Read A Movie , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 304 KB

About the Author

Jack R. Stanley is a native Texan born two blocks inside Texas and raised six blocks inside Arkansas in Texarkana, Arkansas/Texas. He received his B.F.A. from Texas Christian University in Ft. Worth in Radio-TV-Film. As an officer in the U.S. Army serving in Vietnam as a TV-Film Director, he was awarded the Bronze Star. He says when you’re in a firefight and you have a camera when everybody else on both side have guns, you get to change your pants a lot.

After his military service he earned both his M.A. and his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in Radio-TV-Film. He also received two of Michigan¹s most prestigious creative writing awards, The Hopwood Award, one for a one-act play and the second for a novel.

Stanley’s first academic position was TV Area Head at The University of Texas at Austin’s Department of Radio-TV-Film. He later moved to deep south Texas and the Lower Rio Grande Valley for a challenging position with The University of Texas-Pan American. Here he taught Theatre-TV-Film for 30 years in the Department of Communication serving as Department Chair at U.T.P.A. for 11 years. He did take one year out to work for The University of Alaska Anchorage as a visiting professor. Back in Texas, Stanley directed for stage at The University Theatre, produced and directed fifteen student staffed, cast, and crewed feature films, writing most of the original screenplays. A very few of his credits are available on Among the courses Stanley taught were Script Writing for Stage and Screen, Beginning TV/Film Production, Advanced TV/Film Production, Basic Video/Film Editing, Advanced Video/Film Editing, as well as Directing I and II for Stage and Screen. He also co-wrote with Dr. Marian Monta, the textbook Directing for Stage and Screen.

Stanley, still happily married to his high school sweetheart, now lives in the cool of Wisconsin where he writes his fiction and runs his blogs, and His e-mail address is

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