C. R. Trolson


I'm a Bay Area writer, living near the beach with my wife. I have been writing for a number of years and spent a good deal of time researching aspects of this book such as forensic procedure, both police and archeological, the quacks, scientists, and entrepreneurs that make up the blood business, mission life in Old California, as well as the customs and myths of the Caneleno Indians and the Franciscans.

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What do you read for pleasure?
It varies. I like LeCarre and Gerald Seymour, both cold war/spy thriller type writers. I also like the old rough and tumble fiction of Nelson Algren, Don Carpenter. James Caine, of course . . . "They threw me off the truck at noon--" Who can beat a first line like that?
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I have the Kindle Fire HD.
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A Passing Curse
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 143,670. Language: English. Published: April 8, 2013. Category: Fiction » Horror » Undead
Vampires. Veteran homicide cop Reese Tarrant does not believe in vampires. But when he is kicked off the LAPD for shooting serial killer Richard Lamb, dubbed the “Anaheim Vampire” for drinking the blood of thirteen women and follows the trail to billionaire Ajax Rasmussen, strangely pale and living in a palatial mansion overlooking the Pacific, he starts to wonder.

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detective    homicide    horror    murder    mystery    supernatural    undead    vampire