Lady Crymsyn

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Ace Books, 2000 - Fiction - 410 pages
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"Investigating the dark crimes of the Windy City may not be easy, but it has been lucrative for vampire Jack Fleming. He's made a good bit of money - enough to realize his long-time dream of owning a nightclub...an honest place where a man can get a legal drink, and where Jack's songbird girlfriend can headline the floor show." "But renovations on the speakeasy come to a crashing halt when workmen discover the skeletal remains of a woman's body - clad in a distinctive red dress - walled up in the basement." "Her name was Lena Ashley, a good-time girl who hung out with a big-time mobster. She disappeared about six years earlier - and to his horror, Jack figures out that she was still alive when her basement tomb was sealed." "Jack may have become a creature of the night, but he's still a man with a strong sense of justice. And he won't rest until he finds out who killed the lady in red - even if it means resurrecting the secrets the mob would kill to keep buried."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Review: Lady Crymsyn (Vampire Files #9)

User Review  - Julie - Goodreads

Fun and inventive series (The Vampire Files) with Jack Fleming as the vampire detective along with his tall British partner set during the 1930's in a very noire style. I enjoyed every minute of it. Read full review

Review: Lady Crymsyn (Vampire Files #9)

User Review  - Goodreads

Fun and inventive series (The Vampire Files) with Jack Fleming as the vampire detective along with his tall British partner set during the 1930's in a very noire style. I enjoyed every minute of it. Read full review

About the author (2000)

Patricia Nead Elrod is a interesting woman who took her three favorite subjects (Vampire stories, gangster films, and pulp magazines) and combined them into one. The unique style of this award winning author, she has published over 20 novels in her literary career. As a resident of Texas, she lives with her dogs, books and TARDIS.

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