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Publisher's Summary

The sheriff was looking for a killer....
The reporter was looking for a story....
While the town was becoming...
Bloodless.

A small, isolated mountain town is thrown into fear as teens begin to turn up dead, completely drained of blood, but with no apparent puncture wounds. Fearing a serial killer walks among them, the local sheriff sets his eye on a young man who has had past trouble with the law and foretold the disaster on his radio program. Also showing up in town is a well-known newscaster looking for a big story that she can spin into national news. There is also an old legend about a blood demon....

Enjoy this fast moving novelette as it leaves you wondering who is the killer.

©2019 Sonny Collins (P)2019 Sonny Collins

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"The monster lies in the man."

This short (one and one half hour durTion) story has so many elements that it could have been very exciting: an old legend, mysterious deaths, a town isolated by a storm, pushy journalists, rival siblings, a local 'bad boy' the main suspect, hints of sexual predators and a snappy ending. What it lacked was a coherent story line. The author really needed to emp!oy an editor to help and give consistency. So perhaps less could have been a lot more.

Narration by Robert Wrenlock, however, was articulate, well paced and modulated, and performed with verve. Although ultimately disappointing, Bloodless was an amusing way to fill a gap.
I was fortunate to receive this book as a freely gifted complimentary copy

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Not bad just really short.

Really short book. Should have been longer. Should have continued on from where it ended.