Death Without Parole

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Patrick Noel is a prisoner at Cook Penitentiary, facing a life sentence for the murder of his wife and son, a crime he didn't commit. But Patrick is also keeping evil under lock and key in a prison of his own...his body. As Patrick tries to fight the monster within, he will discover that his curse may turn out to be the world's saving grace. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 8,830
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476166575
About Christopher Lee Cousino

Christopher Lee Cousino is the author of two novels, HOMELESS and ZOMBIE HERO: THE BEGINNING (PART ONE) as well as numerous short stories. In addition to his writing, Christopher is a Licensed Practical Nurse at a group home focusing on the mentally and physically handicapped population of the Grand Rapids, MI area. He has always loved to write and with the help of BSIC Publishing has begun to focus on finally putting his many ideas and characters on paper and making them available to the world. Check out his website where there is a FREE SHORT STORY EVERY WEEK! Also, feel free to follow his blog, as well as on Twitter and Facebook. Christopher has many short stories and multiple novels in the works so keep an eye out. He lives in Hudsonville, MI with his beautiful wife and two wonderful children.

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Review by: Clair Roxanna on March 17, 2015 :
Very tame for a short vampire story. Most if it was a build up for future stories.
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Review by: J.J. Barber on March 03, 2013 :
Great twist. Fun. Looking for more.
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Review by: Ardy on June 25, 2012 :
awesome! scared me, which is very rare. wish i'd thought of it. would have solved some of my plot problems. well written, exciting, and at times gut wrenching.
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Review by: Ardy on June 25, 2012 :
This story was awesome. Couldn't stop reading and definitely will look for the sequels! Very few stories actually scare me, but there were moments in this one that did. Wish I'd thought of it.
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