Bride of the Fat White Vampire by Andrew Fox

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After morphing into 187 very large white rats in the name of self-preservation, Jules Duchon is back to his portly self, a member of that secret class of New Orleans citizens known as the undead. Though he would like nothing better than to spend his nights raising hell and biting flesh in his beloved French Quarter, duty calls when an exclusive club of blue blood vampires demands that the 450-pound cabbie find out who is attacking its young and beautiful members. Adding insult to injury, he has to enlist the help of a former foe: a black vampire named Preston.

What’s a vampire to do? Without the love of a woman to ease his pain, Jules isn’t convinced that his undead life is worth living. He doesn’t desire Doodlebug (she may be a woman now but Jules knew her back when she was just a boy) any more than he longs for Daphne, a rat catcher who nourishes a crush the size of Jules. No, only Maureen will do. Once a beautiful stripper with nothing but curve after curve to her bodacious body, now she is mere dust in a jar. But Jules will move heaven and earth to get her back . . . even if it means pulling her back from the dead.

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About Andrew Fox

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Andrew Fox lives in New Orleans, where he has worked as manager of the Louisiana Commodity Supplemental Food Program, a federally-funded monthly nutrition program for low-income senior citizens. This is his first novel.
Published August 3, 2004 by Ballantine Books. 448 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Having blown himself into 187 white rats at the end of Fat White Vampire Blues (2003), New Orleans vampire Jules Duchon is gathered by his friend Doodlebug Richelieu and reassembled (mostly;

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In Andrew Fox's zany Bride of the Fat White Vampire, the uneven sequel to Curse of the Fat White Vampire (2003), quarter-ton vampire Jules Duchon must first change back from his current form of 200 white rats in order to play detective, but in so doing a vital organ goes missing.

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(Spoiler Alert: skip this paragraph if you don't want to know the ending) Jules readily identifies murder and disfigurement as evil when practiced by strangers or those he already hates, but when he suspects a close friend and mentor may have murdered and disfigured the young vampires he is suppo...

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Jules Duchon spent much of his 100 plus years as a vampire seeking solace in escapist fantasy.

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