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Dracula's Death

Amaya Tenshi

It's a deadly game of cat and mouse, with humanity as the mice!

Vlad Dracula is trying to live a quiet life on the outskirts of Seattle, minding his own business and producing wines from his vineyard, which is tended by satyrs and guarded by rusalki. His guest, a young barista named Cammy, is getting her life together after the harrowing events of the past year. Some of her friends know about Dracula, others have suspicions.

A rogue agent of Ophois, that mysterious group of international, supernatural mercenaries, has traded his soul for the powers of an angry jaguar god. Ocelotl has decided that what the world needs now is not love, but a good old-fashioned Armageddon, Mezzo-American style. Ocelotl's allies include murderous were-tigers, vampire cats, and a ccoa that can control the weather, but his most powerful weapon is his persuasiveness. Plus, he's prepared a special way to kill Dracula, if Dracula refuses to join his cause. The government shadow agency that tries to keep a lid on supernatural manifestations in Seattle is short-handed, struggling to suppress stories of missing persons and abducted children, so the director, Boese, is even more obnoxious than usual. And he has a very personal reason to hate magical cats. He's threatening to imprison and torture Dracula - again if Dracula doesn't put a stop to Ocelotl, but he also has plans to recruit or suborn Cammy and her friends. No one gets to remain neutral when Ocelotl summons the old gods. Even Cammy realizes that sometimes being nice just isn't enough. "Tenshi's Dracula possesses a commanding presence... he is like a humorless, edgy Cary Grant, with the insights of six centuries informing his actions" - John Danielski

Book Details

  • Publisher: Penmore Press LLC
  • Publish Date: May 19th, 2024
  • Pages: 446
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.99in - 1.43lb
  • EAN: 9781957851426
  • Categories: Fantasy - UrbanFairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & MythologyCultural Heritage