Will vampires take over the United States? Not if the vampire hunters can prevent it. They will hunt down the vampires, and kill them in all the vampire lairs until the final pitched battle in Washington, D.C. It is a battle for America, and for the world. The threat is great, and the fate of humanity depends on it. More
The United States is under attack from a vampire named Vladimir from Europe. In the United States and abroad, Vladimir Lenin is multiplying his vampires at an alarming rate through human trafficking and private prisons. But Pierre Leblanc, who is a vampire friendly to humans, and his vampire hunters won’t let Lenin succeed. The vampire hunters are tacking down vampires and staking vampires in everywhere from building sites to metro tunnels. There are so many vampires already, and it may be too late.
The vampires are all over the country, and they want to take the White House. Vladimir will take the presidency either by fixing the election or by force. Either way he must be be stopped.
Vladimir is coming for Washington and for the White House, but will Pierre Leblanc and the vampire hunters stop him? Only time will tell, and the fate of humanity will be decided in a final, pitched battle, the largest and most significant vampire vs. human battle in history.
This is the second book in the Vampire Esquire’s War series. Book One reached #4 in the Kindle vampire novel category.
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“House of Cards” meets Dracula and the Strain and far worse than contemporary politics.
Two thousand years is a long time to be undead. Former Roman Senator, Pierre Leblanc’s, problems are exacerbated by being a lawyer and a vampire though it is unclear which is worse. His misanthropic existence is made worse still by mourning his long-gone wife and the fact that he cares about humans too much. As if all of these things were not unbearable enough, he has to deal with American politicians, a vampire who wants to control the U.S. political system, and vampire hunters. This makes the political schmucks today seem almost bearable.