"Blood Moon" is a collection of short thrillers and tales of terror, horror, mystery, suspense, and noir written by Bryan Cassiday, the author of the 2007 CIA thriller "Fete of Death." "Blood Moon" features the vampire thriller "I Kill for Your Blood," in which the CIA suspect one of their agents is a vampire. Other stories involve contract killers, CIA hit men, an out-of-work model, a serial-killer senator, a batty bag lady, bank robbers, and a town gone mad.
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Bryan Cassiday is the author of the CIA thriller "Fete of Death" published in 2007. He lives in Los Angeles.
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"Blood Moon" is a collection of short stories by Bryan Cassiday for lovers of thrillers and supernatural tales of terror. Fourteen tense stories test the nerves of the reader. In one tale, the director of the CIA comes to suspect that one of his agents is a vampire. The director sends another one of his agents to investigate and deal with the alleged vampire. Serial killers, madmen, hit men, cannibals, psychos, and politicians populate the pages of these thrilling "Blood Moon" tales.
"Blood Moon" by Bryan Cassiday was published on Sept. 10, 2009. Bryan Cassiday is the author of the CIA thriller "Fete of Death." "Blood Moon" is a collection of his short stories from the dark side. With Southern California smoldering in the background, they include thriller, suspense, mystery, horror, vampire, and noir tales. If it's dark and drenched in California sunshine, it will be here. "Blood Moon" features the vampire thriller "I Kill for Your Blood," in which the director of the CIA suspects one of his agents is a vampire. Thirteen other scary tales complete this eclectic collection of cold horror and thrills.