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The Game - A novella from the Blood Trilogy world - cover

The Game - A novella from the Blood Trilogy world

Chris DeFazio

Publisher: TouchPoint Press

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Emily Cherniack’s older brother is killed in Viet Nam. Then her parents die in a car crash, leaving Emily all alone in the world to raise her kid brother, Victor. And she’s failing miserably. Barely above the poverty line, Emily loses her menial job adding insult to injury and pushing her over the edge. At her wit’s end and just when she thinks her luck couldn’t get any worse, she runs into the Montreal vampire, Neal “the Squid” O’Sullivan.
Will the encounter be the end of her, or will she find a way to deal with it and soldier on?
The answers lie waiting in THE GAME.

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