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Murder in VeinThe sight of the blood covered fangs exploded from her deep memory like a ballthrough a plate glass window The man had bitten Bobby torn into him like a barbeued rib on the Fourth of JulyVampires Vam pires Real live er dead undead? bloodsucking vampires living in the City of Angels Madison Rose a street s I enjoyed this novel but a word of caution the cover bills it as a Fang in Cheek Mystery which is doubly misleading It's neither a comedy nor a parody but a straightforward adventure with vampires of course and there's an investigation of murders but not a mystery in the Agatha Christie sense better to call it a Vampire Council proceduralSet in the Los Angeles area the story posits a Vampire Council that enforces vampire law and sees to it that the existence of vampires remains a deep secret Council members routinely monitor activity in several covens of mortals who claim to be vampires run fashionable vampire clubs and indulge in supposedly vampiric practices; for example they suck blood from eager donors but they get it with the lancets diabetics use not with their artificial fangsNot only are vampires secret in this story's world but the only mortals that are genetically capable of being turned into vampires have a tell tale mark on their left palm which fades once they're turned A series of murder victims bearing the mark brings the Council into the investigation unofficially connected by Mike Notchey a sympathetic LAPD detective Someone knows about the mark and is exterminating potential vampires who? and why? The story begins with Madison Rose mortal age 23 beaten gagged and tied up in a forest while her captor waits impatiently for someone else to come; then suddenly an elderly man throws her captor against a tree rips into him with fangs and leaves him just as white as raw poultry and just as dead page 3 Fourteen hours later she wakes up from a sedative in a cozy bedroom and is ministered to lovingly by a grandmotherly woman named Dodie who explains that it was her husband Doug who saved Madison And yes they're on the Vampire Council which meets in what becomes Madison's new home The focus of the third person narrative is on Madison but the point of view shifts readily to other characters whenever it helps the story to do so thus for example we get some conversations about her among Council members And one such conversation on page 37 reveals something very important about her view spoilerthat she doesn't have the tell tale mark and therefore can't become a vampire so why was she attacked? hide spoiler

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S bodies turning up drained of blood Now the murderer is after her As the violence escalates Madison LAPD Detective Notchey and a cadre of alluring and dangerous vampires search for the true killer while Madison keeps a wary eye on the skittish and thirsty vampires Will she survive to see the light of day This is an interesting and somewhat uniue approach to the usual vampire legend and I really enjoyed the way the author is developing the story line I look forward to in this series

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PDF Î BOOK Murder in Vein FREE õ SUE ANN JAFFARIAN Æ The sight of the blood covered fangs exploded from her deep memory like a ballthrough a plate glass window The man had bitten Bobby torn into him like a barbeued rib on the Fourth of JulyVampires Vam pires Real live er dead undead? bloodsucking vampires living in theMart twenty something waitress would never have believed it until a vampire thwarts a vicious attack against her by appearing in the nick of time and finishing off her assailant in one tasty biteMadison has been saved by the vampires or has she? She learns that women have been going missing; their lifeles This book was simply fun It is a vampire centric story but it's vampire light to keep it not so gruesome The main character Madison is spunky and easy to root for and each vampire is in its own way delightful to meet I will definitely be looking for books in this series