They say that in 1099, when the Second Crusade took Jerusalem, the streets ran so deep with blood that a man on horseback would have his progress slowed by the flood. They say that the Cainites who followed the invaders went mad then, and that few who aided in the sack of the city were ever seen again. They also tell stories of ancient Cainites lurking in the Valley of Hinnom, where the lepers dwell, and of monstrous acts of faith and devotion, beneath the Temple Mount. They say many things about Jerusalem, for it is a place of wonder and faith, of blood and fear.
And now its gates lie open. Enter, if you dare.
Jerusalem by Night is the complete guide to the Holy City in the Dark Medieval world. From the gates of the City to the Temple Mount, from David's conquest to the uneasy truce between Saladin and Richard the Lion-Hearted, the whole city is here. Learn its secrets. Meet the Cainites who have dwelt here for centuries. Some have wandered, but always they return.
For there is always, and always will be, Jerusalem.