Blood Harvest by James A. Moore

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For the 7th book in Earthling's Halloween Series, join James A. Moore as he returns to Black Stone Bay, in this sequel to BLOOD RED.... Some projects take time. Five years ago, Jason Soulis experimented on the town of Black Stone Bay, creating an army of vampires for the sole purpose of seeing which ones would survive and if the creatures could evolve. Five years later, his experiments are bearing dark, bloody fruit. A new breed of monster has come from the ashes of the old, a deadlier predator with a far greater ability to kill and destroy whatever it touches. Black Stone Bay was wounded before, but the infection left behind has festered and the darkness is spreading faster than anyone has noticed, because this time the evil is better at hiding. Maggie Preston was one of Soulis's victims, a college-aged girl who has become something far darker. She's fed her urges and kept her secrets with the aid of her lover and protector, but that relationship is fraying, and the hungers she's suppressed are growing stronger and the family she has protected in the past has fallen victim to the new evil that Soulis unwittingly unleashed. Five years have passed, and the town of BlackStone Bay has recovered from the horrors of the past, just in time to get caught in the crossfire of the undead and a new, virulent darkness. Sometimes the devil you know is your only hope of salvation.

About James A. Moore

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James A. Moore ( is the author of over twenty novels for adults. He has twice been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award and spent three years as an officer in the Horror Writers Association. He cut his teeth in the industry writing for Marvel Comics. He currently resides in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. This is his first novel for young adults.
Published October 31, 2011 by Earthling Pubns. 339 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Given that the local police have had plenty of encounters with vampires, their skepticism about a supernatural explanation for the violence rings false, and readers will likewise be bemused by the cops’ casual banter in the face of evidence that the beings that nearly destroyed their community ...

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His new creations feeding on Black Stone Bay are also vampires that are decadently evil and powerful, just as they should be…no sparkly vampires here folks.

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