'Til Undeath Do Us Part

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Psychologist Maggie Glass, Psychic Medium Edward Case, and Biologist Kalyani Sharma have a big problem.
In the real world, vampires don’t exist. Tell that to the one who’s looking for love in the Valley of the Sun and won’t be stopped until he bites the girl.
Never mind the chupacabra in the freezer at home.

Things just went from weird to paranormal. More

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About Jessica Alter

In 2014, author Jessica “Jess” Alter published the third and final installment in an epic social science fiction trilogy filled with sex, tech, and firearms. Her new Cryptid Series was published on multiple ebook platforms starting in 2015. The first book in the series, ‘Til Undeath Do Us Part, brings cryptid lore and legend into the modern scientific world with unexpected and thrilling results.

When she’s not writing, she enjoys collecting folktales from around the world, adapting dessert recipes, baking homemade breads, and crocheting little monsters. You can find her web journal at http://www.indieimprint.com/alteredstates and find her on Twitter as @Jess_Alter.

About the Series: Cryptid
Volume I of the Cryptid Series, ‘Til Undeath Do Us Part, launches an amazing journey into a world where all is not as it seems, and danger lurks for the unwary.

Volume II, Man and Brother, follows crypto-biologist Kalyani Sharma on her race to preserve endangered cryptid species while negotiating the perils of a newly awakened world.

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Reviews

Review by: Marcus on Aug. 19, 2018 :
Top notch thriller. Science Fiction, Horror, Paranormal: these all collide to make the beginnings of a really impressive new series.
I eagerly await book 3.
(reviewed 4 years after purchase)
Review by: Big Tony on May 22, 2015 :
I love the cliffhangar! This book just leves u wanting more.
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)
Review by: GeorgeBrn on May 6, 2015 :
Great pacing, great characters. I love how the Edward dude is so neurotic, and Kalyani is fun and entertaining.
Excellent weekend read!!
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
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