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One Foot in the Grave: Vampires Meet the Godfather

Wm. Mark Simmons

Dewey Subject Codes: 813 F Fiction SF Science Fiction
Description:  – Information about this book has been viewed 10040 times, 46 times previously this month.
Fang-in-cheek story of an ex-English Lit lecturer working night shift at the local radio station because his curious wasting and Michael-Jackson paling disease makes him intolerant of sunshine ... no appetite either ... harder to shave, because his reflection in the mirror gets paler by the night ... Yes, he's turning into a vampire, or at least is some kind of hybrid vampire. Which is why one group of the undead wiseguys kidnaps him while another mob of wiseguys tries to kill him. He is just about to meet the godfather of the Seattle mob when ... the sample chapter ends. You'll have to buy the book if you want to know the rest. Verdict: no worse than Stephen King's "Riding the Bullet", and better written. This Description by: meg from Melbourne.
Comment By: Phil Sevetson – Somewhere, CT – July 26, 2003, 09:53
4* out of 5*! A very good read for those who like both action and vampires. Simmons' hero is a wisecracking cynic of the sort familiar to those who read old detective novels, who is haunted by the ghost of his wife and hunted for the strangeness of his disease. And that's just in the first two chapters. Murder, magic, bigotry, ancient evil and modern malice; a little bit of not-particularly-explicit sex, and a good ending. A sequel exists (I liked it just as well), and both books are now available as ebooks from Ewebscriptions (www.webscriptions.net), Baen Books' epublishing affiliate.
Comment By: Gbenga – Ilesha, Nigeria – August 24, 2003, 11:20
Beuatifully written

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