The Cowboy and the Vampire by Clark Hays
A Darkly Romantic Mystery

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Reporter Lizzie Vaughan doesn't realize it, but she has 2,000 years of royal Vampiric blood coursing through her veins. Neither she nor Tucker, her cowboy lover, has any idea that Julius, the leader of the undead, has a diabolical plan to reign over darkness for all eternity--with Lizzie at his side. Lizzie battles for her life--and her soul--as she and Tucker find themselves caught up in a vampire war, pursued by hordes of Julius' maniacal, bloodthirsty followers. Who will be left standing when the sun rises?

About Clark Hays

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Clark Hays grew up in Montana in the shadow of the Tobacco Root Mountains. In addition to his fiction work, he is a cowboy, a published poet and occasional food critic. Recently, he was nominated for Pushcart Prize for short fiction and not so recently for a Rhysling award for poetry. Clark brings a deep knowledge about the modern west, weaponry, country music and existentialism to his writing. Kathleen McFall grew up in the heart of Washington, D.C. She worked as a petroleum geologist and, later, as a journalist, and has published hundreds of articles about scientific research, energy and natural resources. An interest in the overlap of science and mysticism are an essential aspect of her fiction writing. She has previously received an Oregon Literary Arts Fellowship for Fiction writing.
Published October 8, 2010 by MIDNIGHT INK. 408 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Reviewing the Evidence

Even readers unfamiliar with the genre know that Tucker and Lizzie are going to live through this and be together forever.

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SF Site

Here are your contemporary vampires and vampire hunters, fighting it out in the wild and woolly West.

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Cocktails and Books

It’s as if I needed to know how Tucker, our simple cowboy, would rescue Lizzie from the big city vampires.

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Mysterious Reviews

The authors make the most of these contrasts, writing the book from three randomly alternating perspectives — male cowboy and female vampire in first person, vampire nation in third — and moving the setting back and forth between Wyoming and New York City, and towards the end, relocating the acti...

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