Nocturnes and Neon: A Novel of the Vampiric - Joseph Armstead Reviews
Description:ISBN 073882304X / Genre: Horror / An exciting, suspenseful horror-thriller that avoids cliches.
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NOCTURNES AND NEON is an exciting, imaginative and very thought-provoking example of how intelligent and fun a horror novel can be! NOCTURNES AND NEON is a horror novel with gritty adventure thriller overtones. There are elements of espionage adventures and police procedural mysteries in the story, which details the investigation into the mysterious home invasion and murder of a corporate tycoon and his family. The investigation reveals the involvement of an underworld of "nightrunners", vampires calling themselves "Moon-Chosen", who are biological mutations instead of the standard supernatural variety we are used to reading about. ... Read the complete review
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