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My Soul to Take Trilogy
Book 1 - Corpses so Lively

Book 2 - Enter Death, Stage Right

Book 3 - The Vampire Lord Unmasked
 

THE VAMPIRE LORD UNMASKED
My Soul to Take Trilogy Book 3
WILLIAM VESELIK
ISBN#: 978-1-59426-414-6 Trade Paperback / 978-1-59426-413-9 - eBook
July 2010
Mundania Press, LLC
http://mundania.com/books
Trade Paperback/eBook
$10.95 / $4.99
181 Pages
Paranormal Vampires
Rating: 3 cups

Alfred Rhys Smythe is in shock having just learned that his favorite brother, Ian, was found dead the previous evening in his London Flat by the landlord who went there to collect rent. Ian was an actor, a profession that Sir Neville, his father, deemed quite disreputable.

Inspector Arthur Jenkins of Scotland Yard and Alfred are good friends and comrades. It had been Arthur’s unhappy duty to inform Alfred of the tragedy. The distressed Alfred must identify the body and vows to uncover the truth of his brother’s untimely demise.

Both men are privy to a terrifying secret – vampires do exist. Smythe and Jenkins are tracking a small cult currently wrecking havoc in London’s Theatre District and believe they have finally discovered the identity of the evil vampire master. Their purpose is to destroy the satanic creature without causing a panic among the innocent and unsuspecting populace.

Set around the turn of the 20th century in London, England, this horror mystery is written with nice gothic flair. The conversations and mannerisms of the characters all seem very characteristic of the prim and proper Victorian Era. This story reminded me very much of a Sherlock Holmes mystery but with the paranormal twist. Personally, I liked the book but I found the pacing of the first half rather slow as the stage is being set and characters brought under the spot-light. However, the tempo picks up considerably in the latter half, which is action-packed. The ending contains a couple of surprise elements that I found particularly satisfying. This is the final book in the My Soul to Take Trilogy. It is a stand-alone book with minimal back-story explanations.

Laurie
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