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Review: Blood and Spirits

I’m always hesitant to review vampire novels. The genre seems done to death. But Blood and Spirits by Dennis Sharpe is a worthy entry in the field. No sparkly vampires here. The blood suckers are true creatures of the night, drifting through a moral swamp of prostitution and the restless undead.

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A taut mystery lies at the core of the story, as the vampire heroine, Veronica, struggles to understand the net that’s tightening around her, and the reader comes along for the ride. The book is soaked in threat.

The author, Dennis Sharpe, has an original voice and a seamless writing style. If you like your vampires on the darker side, you’ll probably enjoy Blood and Spirits. 5 Stars.


Author: Dennis Sharpe

Small-town life can be hard for a dead girl…

For Veronica Fischer the night to night life of a bloodsucking madam in Middle America is tough enough before she adopts Rachel Gregory, an eight year old ghost.

After her house is set on fire and Rachel disappears, all signs point to foul play. When she finds herself with a hit out on her unlife and warrants for her arrest, it becomes clear she’s going to need help.

Now she has to contend with horny zombies, violent spirits, and murderous grave robbers if she’s ever going to find Rachel and discover the awful truth of the coming storm.

A raucous ride through the dangerous lives of the lecherous undead.


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