Real Vampires Come Alive and It's All Thanks to God Who Created Vampires with a Little Help in the New Novel - And God Created Vampires - by Pete Klein
Forget about vampires who apologize for being vampires and wish they weren't. Forget about efforts to find ways to satisfy their need for blood but not kill humans to get it. Forget all the fantasy and meet some real vampires - if you dare.
INDIAN LAKE, NY, June 18, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- A vampire like no other, "And God Created Vampires" continues the tale of the vampire Mary Hoffman, aka Erica, the Dancing Valkyrie, who fights to protect her erotic, topless dance club and her girls from mobsters who want to control her and her club - or kill her if she resists.
But Mary's problems are not limited to just the mob. Questions are raised and need to be solved. Because of all the killings she has done to protect herself and her human friends, plus get the blood she needs, she finds herself under suspicion by both the FBI and CIA. Complicating her problems with law enforcement, she finds herself questioning her vampire friends. Is one or more of them out to kill her?
Other issues needing to be resolved are the humans she has befriended and allowed to know her true vampire nature. Their demands on her time and sexual favors have put her at risk from both humans and vampires, causing her to wonder if she should kill them all just so she can lead the unfettered life of a vampire she needs to live.
Allbooks Review (www.allbookreviews.com) reviewer Bob Medak said of the first book in the series - The Dancing Valkyrie, "Mary might be an avenging angel from God; or she might be something else. Follow the story of Mary as she comes to terms with being a vampire and her role in the life of humans and vampires that walk among us in this tail, while appearing as much human as any other human. I would recommend this book as a good read, especially for those that read vampire stories. You will be pleasantly surprised by Mary and her friends. This is an above average book and should be on your reading list. If eroticism is not to your liking, there may be parts of this story that are not for you."
Klein says, "I wanted to expand the vampire tale by developing vampires, not demons, created by God for whatever reason God might want to create vampires. They would have to be of flesh and blood. They would have to be a unique creature not yet captured or studied by humans. Mary was the result, a vampire more deadly than any vampire I have read about in books or seen in movies."
The novel is listed in Bowker's Books In Print, Ingram's database in the US; and is already available online at Amazon and B&N.in
Pete Klein is a reporter and author of vampire fiction and Adirondack hiking guides. Call me at 518-648-0104.
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