Death In The Family by Sophie Duncan
(Heritage Is Deadly)

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews


Leaving a good London school with solid prospects, Tom Franklin has the world at his feet. Yet one thing has always haunted his perfect life: his dreams. When Tom discovers that the nightmarish images of dark places and even darker instincts are in fact repressed memories from his early childhood, he must face the heritage from his birth-father, a savage vampire known only as Raxos.

Realising his memories are his only hope of controlling his awakening instincts, Tom returns to, Coombedown, the sleepy, Cornish village in which he was born, unknowing that the night-breed in his veins will lead him into danger.

"Night Blood" is a young adult, paranormal novel.

This is the first story in "The Night Blood Chronicles".

About Sophie Duncan

See more books from this Author
 Sophie has been hopelessly addicted to scribbling her imaginings onto paper since she was in primary school. She suspected she was different when her friends wrote a page for their story assignments and she handed in twenty :). Since then, the addiction has only grown worse and eventually it had to spill into the professional domain. Growing up adoring fairy tales from Hans Christian Andersen to Neil Gaiman, Sophie enjoys writing fantasy and science fiction, with a side of horror from time to time. A penchant for crime drama also slips its way into her stories as well. Sophie is a twin and her sister, Tasha (Natasha Duncan-Drake), shares the writing bug. Together, they run Wittegen Press, an eBook publisher, with Tasha performing most of the day to day tasks, since Sophie has to carry on paying the mortgage with a job as an IT project manager.
Published June 13, 2012 by Wittegen Press. 299 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

Rate this book!

Add Review