Disco Evil: Dead Man's Stand

Disco Evil: Dead Man's Stand

by Rod Marsden

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Disco Evil: Dead Man's Stand by Rod Marsden

When Paul becomes a vampire, he brings a new technique in curing people of bad manners. He will seek out the destroyers of "make love, not war" and drink their blood. In many cities of the world, he recruits from the living to aid him in his great work. As a walking corpse, he makes his stand - a dead man's stand.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012713704
Publisher: Night to Dawn Magazine & Books
Publication date: 12/04/2008
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 243
File size: 232 KB

About the Author

Rod Marsden was born in Sydney, Australia. His father, Charles, taught him how to fish. His mother, May taught him to value the written word. Other early influences include writer Stan Lee and artists Jack Kirby and Gene Colan. He has three degrees; all related to writing and to his other passion, history. His stories have been published in Australia, England, Russia and the USA. His written work includes short stories in Small Suburban Crimes, Smarter Than Jack 2, and Cats Do it Better. Undead Reb Down Under and Other Vampire Stories is a collection of his stories on vampirism. His novel Disco Evil: Dead Man’s Stand is his first venture into the vampire novel. His latest dark fantasy book is Ghost Dance. Rod lives on the South Coast of NSW, Australia and still occasionally puts a line in the water. He has a fondness for the Wollongong area but an abiding love for the more northern Clarence River region of his home state.

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Disco Evil: Dead Man's Stand 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
GET THE HELL AWAY OK CANT U FU?CKIN C IM TALKIN HERE ND I CANT FUC?KIN HEAR HIM OK SO GO THE FUC?K AWAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
That is a great evil, on call of duty dead mans hand p.i.s.s.e.s me off!! Why does this book called disco evil tho.!