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New Release from Award Wining Author Brian L Porter, 'Dracula Doesn't Live Here Anymore'
Eternal Press have released a paperback edition of Brian L Porter's previously successful novelette e-book 'Dracula Doesn't Live Here Anymore'. Available now from Amazon.com
Alan Dexter is an investigative reporter sent to far off Romania hoping to discover the truth behind the so called "vampire murders". After meeting his contact, Christina, a mysterious journalist with much knowledge of Romanian vampire lore, he's led deep into the Carpathian Mountains. The truth Dexter was sent to find could be closer than he realizes. But then so is the danger
A Review from CK2S Kwips & Kritiques
Brian L. Porter has a gift of spinning a short tale with enough detail and suspense to satisfy mystery and paranormal fans alike.
DRACULA DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE benefits from the author's careful research woven with creativity and flair. The author brings his characters to life in such a prolific way that you feel like you are sitting right next to them in a drafty inn in a Romanian village.
A new twist on a classic tale.
Happily, the solid, unpredictable story and well detailed characterization are well worthy of anyone's time and definitely deserves a 4 Klover rating.
Reviewed by Terri
For more information please visit the author's website at http:www.freewebs.com/
or see the publisher's site at http://www.eternalpress.ca
'Dracula Doesn't Live Here Anymore' is available now from Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/
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Brian L Porter is the author of the acclaimed award winning novel 'A Study in Red - The Secret Journal of Jack the Ripper' winner of the Preditors & Editors Best Thriller Novel of 2008 Award. Eternal Press previously published 'Dracula Doesn't Live Here Anymore' in e-book format together with the authors award-nominated trilogy 'Murder, Mayhem and Mexico'. 'Murder, Mayhem and Mexico' will quickly follow the current release onto the market and its release will be announced shortly.
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