Dawn of the Vampire

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Mar 1, 2001 - Fiction - 480 pages
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The small town of Wreythville suddenly finds itself the prey of vampires when South Holston Lake's waters recede, exposing an island of graves. No one had dared go near the cursed ground to move the coffins when the dam was built. Now, emerging from their watery graves, this new breed of vampire--one that can now hunt by day--seeks vengeance against all the living.

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well, i live near south holston lake so it is very frighting to know that there might be vampires lurking right down the street. this is a VERY good book u must read it:)

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Hill has degrees in Economics from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from the University of North Texas.

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