Hawkesmoor: A Novel of Vampire and Faerie

Anne Merino (Author)
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Description

Robin Dashwood, a handsome and charming British vampire with long gone aristocratic connections, is about to be thrown into an epic adventure that will shine light upon the rise of the vampire. This is the last thing he could imagine himself doing. Robin prefers to hide in plain sight -- having devised a quiet life for himself in New York as a history professor in hopes of avoiding other more powerful vampires and their dangerous, decadent political machinations.


A chance encounter in a Manhattan art gallery introduces him to the beautiful Lady Caroline DeBarry and reveals a vicious murder from Robin's human past. In search of answers to this historical mystery, he returns home to England and to Caroline who has captured his heart. As Robin uncovers the truth, he finds traces of a far more ancient and shrouded realm than even that of the vampire. This will shake the foundations of vampire lore and its brutal hierarchy, placing Lady Caroline in terrible danger and setting in motion events that will lead to a final bloody confrontation between a revenant army and human kind.


Hawkesmoor is the first book in a trilogy that will continue the eerie adventures of Robin Dashwood - a very British vampire.

Product Details

Price
$18.95
Publisher
Rivercliff Books & Media
Publish Date
May 18, 2020
Pages
486
Dimensions
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.98 inches | 1.42 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780997141689

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Reviews

"The paranormal features are refreshingly unconventional and well handled. Fans of romantic fantasy will be interested to see where the series goes." -- Publisher's Weekly

"If you're in the market for a new, fresh vampire saga or just a bloody good time, look no further." -- Steve Hockensmith, New York Times best-selling author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls

"Hawkesmoor is a delightful ride through vampires and time. Its mysteries draw in the reader irresistibly. And it's more fun than Anne Rice!" -- Bryan Alexander, Georgetown University, Futurist, and author of "Blogging Dracula since 2005"

"I was drawn deep into this enjoyable read with its complex world and fascinating characters. It actually makes me feel excited for vampires again! Romance and adventure, with an odd charm all its own. Highly recommended!" -- Amanda McCabe, award-winning author of A Lady in Disguise, Nine Ladies Dancing and Miss Fortescue's Protector in Paris

"This thoroughly entertaining vampire chronicle casts a light on what it actually means to be human, which makes this a superbly rewarding read." -- Clifford Slapper, author of Bowie's Piano Man: The Life of Mike Garson

"Just the magic readers need to believe again in heroes! Instantly, I took to the hero and heroine, unable to set Hawkesmoor down until I reached the brilliantly executed ending." -- Sharon Day, author of the SEEK Team Investigations series and owner of "Ghosthunting Theories," the second largest paranormal blog in the world

"Hawkesmoor is a vampiric journey from Georgian England to the French Revolution to modern-day New York. It is beautifully written, crafted, and conceived; it is a vampire story unlike any other, offered by a writer unlike any other." -- Sanjay R. Singhal, author of Tales of the Night Watchman