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Bertram Welles, vampire hunter. Christmas in Manhattan. Tammy Greevly, a police cadet from Denver, travels to New York to find her brother and bring him home. Fearing that he is the victim of a religious cult, Greevly uses her budding detective skills to track her younger sibling down. Bertram Welles, who has been tracking a series of murders reported in the news and through his police contacts, and believing that they are connected to each other, soon crosses paths with Tammy Greevly. Welles is on his own, as he has given his agents off for the holidays, and so he must take Greevly into his world of secrets as together they investigate and infiltrate a CULT OF THE NOSFERATU.
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About the Author
Mark Redfield is the co-creator of the Vampire Hunters Incorporated series with Stuart Voytilla. Redfield is an actor, author, artist and filmmaker. His films include "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (co-written with Stuart Voytilla), "The Death of Poe", and "Cold Harbor". Redfield is a painter and cartoonist, and his work is collected by people around the world. He produces Audio Drama, Audio Books, Music and Podcasts with Redfield Arts Audio. Audio Drama includes "Sinbad and the Pirate Princess" starring Caroline Munro and Martine Beswicke, and Audio Books include "Nevermore, An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe" starring Jeffrey Combs. Mark Redfield lives in Baltimore.Stuart Voytilla is the co-creator of the Vampire Hunters Incorporated series with Mark Redfield. Voytilla is a writer, script consultant, and teacher of acting and screenwriting. Films include "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (2002) co-written with Mark Redfield. Scripts for Redfield Arts Audio includes "The Curse of Black Aggie". Voytilla also lectures about myth and genre, and teaches screenwriting at San Diego State University. He has authored two critically acclaimed books on story structure and genre, "Myth and the Movies" and "Writing the Comedy Film" (with Scott Petri). Stuart Voytilla lives in San Diego.