Christopher DeFazio is a career ER physician, an amateur history buff, a dog-lover, and avid traveler, and a hack golfer. When he’s not stitching up wounds or writing books, he also teaches Physician Assistant students from Northeastern University. He is a credited editor of the Manual of Emergency Medicine, editions four through six and counting. He collected his BA in biology and his MD at Boston University.
Inspired by authors like Stephen King, Frank Herbert and Anthony Everitt, Chris writes to entertain his readers and immerse them in his stories via macabre circumstances and a twinge of historical flair. A History in Blood is the first in a planned series of novels revolving around the colorful life of Titus Acilius, the Roman legionary turned modern-day vampire.
Sometimes being a vampire isn't all it's cracked up to be. Julian Brownell, a two thousand-year-old vampire, is learning that the hard way. The depression and divorce in his banal, pretend-human life was bad enough. But when he decides to burst back onto the vampire scene, things go from bad to worse as he finds himself firmly in the sights of the deadliest vampire hunter of all time.