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Horror Mystery
 
I'm not sure how to classify this book, but it was an amazing gothic-inspired vampire mystery book!!

This is what I copied off Amazon:

Verland: The Transformation

True crime writer Elle Bramasol is drawn into a macabre mystery when incarcerated Hollywood producer Eliot Kingman asks her to write a book about his case. As she delves deeper into Kingman's murder conviction, she discovers that he possesses a centuries old diary written by an elusive vampire named Verland. Uncovering the transformative secrets held within the diary's pages, Elle is drawn deeper into both Kingman's deadly schemes and Verland's dark world of shadows. When the two finally collide, the stage is set for a climactic battle over mankind's ultimate prize: eternal triumph over death. But will the Holy Grail of immortality turn out to be the cruelest curse of all?

Exploring the allure of the shadowy places between life and death, between fantasy and reality, and the ultimate power of belief, Verland: The Transformation is a gothic-inspired tour de force, a brooding return to the roots of the vampire genre that goes for the throat from page one until the final, bone-chilling climax.

I really loved it and best of all it was only $2.99 on Kindle so it didn't break the bank!


Fran Hinkel - 10:23am Jan 10, 2012 PST(#1 of 2)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Sounds like an interesting read. Thanks for posting about it.


Katrina Rose - 02:47pm Aug 17, 2012 PST(#2 of 2)
Author of Connects a true haunting with hints of fiction

Hi, my name is Katrina Rose, indie author of Connects. Connect isn't really horror as much as a true haunting with a "Who Done It' twist. I hope you'll check Connects out, it's in the top 100 on Amazon.com under ghost genre.

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