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Blood Moon: Thrillers and Tales of Terror Paperback – September 10, 2009
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With more human killers than the supernatural kind, Blood Moon holds a special attraction for CIA-themed stories; but includes hitmen, vampires and cannibalistic senators. . . . Interesting and compelling.
--by Renee C. Fountain --BookFetish.org
From the Publisher
Blood Moon: Thrillers and Tales of Terror is a thriller by Bryan Cassiday, the author of the CIA action thriller Fete of Death.
In the story "I Kill for Your Blood" the director of the CIA suspects that one of his agents believes he is a vampire and is acting accordingly. The director dispatches one of his hit men to investigate.
In "End of the Line" two bank tellers, one a part-time model, are held up. The robber is unable to complete his mission, and the bank tellers decide to take his place--with shocking results.
In "Dead to Rights" the boss of a corporation of hit men treats his new hire worse than the victims of his hits. The new employee must struggle simply to survive the corporation.
In "Among Us" a town goes mad.
"Feast of Bones" features a senator with a terrifying sideline--he happens to be a serial killer.
All of these stories, and more, showcase Cassiday's unique sense of irony and his depiction of scenes of extraordinary violence and horror.
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