Welcome to Chapter City. Where the undead live alongside humans like everyday people, and where private investigator Lil Shreiber and her partner Michael Tome (ex-warlock) have been enlisted by a vampire prince to help track down a serial killer viciously murdering other vampires. Up against a powerful supernatural creature, and alongside an angry FBI agent who hates them, things soon get bloody. More
Welcome to Chapter City. Where the undead successfully campaigned for equal rights. Where everyday human beings live alongside zombies, vampires and half demons, and no one really cares so long as no one makes a mess, and no one bites anybody else without permission.
When a serial killer nicknamed the Vampire Slayer begins viciously butchering unlucky members of the blood drinking community, a member of vampire royalty enlists the help of private investigator Lil Shreiber and her partner Michael Tome (ex-warlock) to help track down the culprit. Lil and Tome aren’t exactly strangers to the supernatural, and the money is too good to pass. But when the identity of the killer is revealed, the case takes a more personal turn for Lil.
Up against a powerful supernatural creature, with the help of an irate vampire “businessman” (Don’t call him a crime lord. Just don’t) and an angry FBI agent who really doesn’t like them, things soon get bloody. If the pair are lucky, they might survive the case intact. If they’re really lucky, they may even get paid too.
on July 26, 2016 :
Laughed often whilst reading this. If you like detective novels with a paranormal twist and plenty of humour you’ll find this to be enjoyable too.
With tips from (un)reliable sources including a vampire wearing pink fluffy bat shaped slippers and a cross-dressing demon stylishly (ahem!) attired in a blue sequinned gown, Lil and her partner are on the case.
They're hoping that they’ll be paid by the vampire prince who hired them to find a serial killer and not be treated to a view of their internal organs on the outside of their bodies.
May we all be protected from CBP (Chronic Body Plop) –an illness suffered by various characters in the book whereby limbs fall off and need to be sewn back on (often done by the limb owner by his/herself). Heh! Heh!
“Don’t come crying to me if you get eviscerated, desiccated or any other –ated.”
“I have you on speed dial, under: Irritating person I wouldn’t bite to save my mother.”