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The author of 13 Bullets and 99 Coffins, David Wellington takes the Laura Caxton series to a whole new level in this action-packed third volume.

U.S. Marshal Jameson Arkeley, the country’s foremost authority on vampires, taught police investigator and vampire fighter Laura Caxton everything she knows about monsters. After a bloody war visited upon Gettysburg by an army of vampires, Arkeley gave up his own life to save others—except he didn’t exactly die.

Arkeley accepted the curse and is now a vampire himself. What’s worse, he’s the savviest vampire ever; he knows all the tricks better than anyone. Caxton is now faced with the task of destroying her former mentor. But Arkeley knows all her tactics too; after all, he taught them to her. Caxton realizes she must finish Arkeley before he succeeds in his quest to exterminate his own family. But even more important, she has to prevent him from becoming a beast exponentially more dangerous: a vampire zero.

©2008 David Wellington (P)2010 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Jman
  • Nauvoo, AL, United States
  • 04-23-11

In-between

This is my least favorite of the series- but if you combine it and listen to the fourth book right after- the two combine and make magic. I'm also really pleased with the ending- and the setup for the fifth book.

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stupid

I listened to the first two and knew something was wrong... this is stupid

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