Origin of the Vampire

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Mirador Publishing, Nov 22, 2018 - Fiction - 242 pages

Christophe Haram is vampire, his skin is pale, his hair black. An avid reader of conspiracy theories, he is certain the mythical human race exist. During his wild youth he darkened his skin and dyed his hair, he remains unruly to this day.

A new dayclub, Sunrise, opens in his home town, Orionsby; and it appears to be a hotbed for trafficking missing vampires. While investigating Sunrise, Christophe uncovers terrifying tales of missing vampire spanning decades.

When, the manufactured bloods vampires drink runs out, vampires become feral.

Will chaos ensue?

And when an old friend returns with a proposition, is Christophe brave enough to accept it?

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About the author (2018)

Ruth lives in a small village in Leicestershire, England with her space obsessed husband Simon and her black cat Violet, who just wants a warm knee. She found her love of books at a young age and remembers the smell of the old library on her monthly visits with her mum. Together they would bring home books of many different genres. Bedtimes stories from mum and dad were common and they fuelled an already overactive imagination. After writing and drawing portraits, the great outdoors is a big passion, and walking in the woods close to home is a weekly ritual. After all, it was while walking in the woods Ruth had the idea for her first novel.

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