• Underwood and Flinch: Blood and Smoke

  • By: Mike Bennett
  • Narrated by: Mike Bennett
  • Length: 4 hrs and 35 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The adventure of Underwood and Flinch continues in this first sequel to the original story.

Having returned to the Flinch family house in Spain, David Flinch uncovers old audio interviews between his father, Arthur, and the vampire, Lord Underwood. Through these recordings, David learns what happened to Underwood when he and Matthias Flinch sailed on from where we left them in 1719. A voyage that sees Underwood face new dangers, make new allies, and discover more about the creature of darkness he has become. 

Blood and Smoke won the Parsec Award in 2014 for Best Novella.

This audiobook features the original podcast audio recordings.

©2019, 2020 Mike Bennett (P)2013 Mike Bennett

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Less exciting than the first but a must read

While not as smitten by this as I was by the first, I still enjoyed it and consider it a must read for continuation. I was entertained and really enjoy the concept.