Dark Blood by James M. Thompson

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For two hundred years, Roger Niemann never had to know the end that mortals face. But eternal existence comes with a price he cannot accept -consuming human blood. Hiding in New Orleans under an assumed identity, he desperately searches for a way to cure his vampirism. Stalking the streets of New Orleans, a vicious serial killer dubbed "The Ripper" leaves his victims drained of blood. For Houston physician Matthew Carter, it is an all-too-familiar pattern - one that sends him racing to find Niemann. But he is not alone in his hunt. There are those intent on using the powers of a vampire for their own evil ends - a vampire sick with disease and driven into a crazed killing frenzy that will not stop until his taken everyone he can - including the woman Matt loves.
 

About James M. Thompson

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James M. Thompson is a consultant on electrical safety and an emeritus professor of building construction technology at Dona Ana Branch Community College of New Mexico State University. He lives in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
 
Published April 30, 2003 by e-reads.com. 264 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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