Blood Harvest

Earthling. Nov. 2011. c.336p. ISBN 9780983807100. $45. HORROR
Five years ago, a vampire named Jason Soulis unleashed a plague of vampires upon the town of Black Stone Bay. Despite many deaths, the town survived—but now a new kind of monster, evolving from those that Soulis created, threatens Black Stone Bay. Detectives Danny Holdstedter and Richie Boyd realize that their best chance at stopping this new wave of violent murders is through Soulis himself. The sequel to Blood Red by Bram Stoker nominee Moore (Serenity Falls) combines strong storytelling and solid characters to produce a sometimes violent, sometimes eerily moody horror novel filled with vampire lore.
VERDICT The author's fans and lovers of vampire fiction will grab this tale of a town under siege.
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