Cold Streets (Vampire Files Series #10)

Cold Streets (Vampire Files Series #10)

by P. N. Elrod

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Cold Streets (Vampire Files Series #10) by P. N. Elrod

Vampire detective Jack Fleming's latest venture-the Lady Crymsyn nightclub-has become the favorite haunt for Chicago's elite. But amongst his patrons lurk a smarmy blackmailer and a dangerous up-and-coming mobster from New York-both unaware how deadly Jack can be when blood is spilled...

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ISBN-13: 9780441011032
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
Publication date: 12/16/2003
Series: Vampire Files Series , #10
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 4.30(w) x 6.66(h) x 1.06(d)

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Cold Streets (Vampire Files Series #10) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. The detective/vampire is envolved with the mob. He owns a nightclub which the mob uses as a safe place to do business. You never know what is going to happen next. Don't miss this book, its a great read!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The latest book in the Fleming series, it expands even more on the characters that we were introduced to in BloodList. We learn a little more of the dark side of Jack, and the romantic side of Escott, his ever faithful friend. Elrod has definitly outdone herself with this new expansion in Jack's personality. Also allowing the bad-guy to get away leaves the door open to the continuing series. So many questions remain in this series, while so few answers come in. Definitly captivating and a must-read.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In wintry 1938 Chicago, four thugs kidnap sixteen year old Sarah Gladwell, a teen with the intelligence of a ten year old. As instructed, Sarah¿s mother Vivian avoids the police, but hires private investigator Charles Escott and his partner Jack Fleming, owner of the Lady Crymsyn nightclub who are considered off limits by the mob. As a vampire, Jack has several handy qualities to include becoming invisible. He rides alongside Vivian though the woman does not know he is there. After the money drop, Jack rescues the girl and captures the four criminals. He hypnotizes them into confessing, but one of them, the ringleader Hurley Dugan, fails to react to his suggestion, claiming innocence, a circumstance that only drunks and the insane can accomplish. Worse, Hurley, hiding in Jack¿s vehicle, realizes that the sleuth is a vampire when he sees Jack drink the blood of a cow. Now Hurley is blackmailing Jack, who plans to have justice his style. The latest entry in the Vampire Tales is an exciting supernatural detective tale. As with the previous books in this series, the novel combines hard boiled sleuths, gangster with and without hearts, and a nightcrawler into a delightful story line that brings home the COLD STREETS of 1938 Chicago. The twist this time is the prime villain knows his enemy and plans to use it to advantage, leading to readers having one of the better tales in an intriguing series. Harriet Klausner