Sanguinary Longings

· Sanguinary Longings Book 1 · Scintillation Books · AI-narrated by Mary (from Google)
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6 hr 51 min
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About this audiobook

In wartime France in 1918, Dr. Cole Sterling of the American Expeditionary Force is mortally wounded by a renegade German officer. Cole miraculously recovers from his wounds after receiving a small blood transfusion from a mysterious French woman, Aurora. Cole learns that his career as a surgeon is finished because he can no longer tolerate sunlight or the bright lights of the operating theater. His anger at the destruction of his prior life is not diminished by the appearance of increased strength and enhanced senses. When he learns that he must drink blood to survive, he is morally anguished and struggles to find the will to live. Aurora assists Cole in realizing that he can still help people as a physician and starts him on the path to becoming a psychiatrist.

On a trip to the Olympic games in Antwerp in 1920, Cole and Aurora encounter unsavory, fellow blood drinkers, including Aurora's ex-husband and his manipulative associate, Baron Werner Gerbold, with life changing impact.Gerbold becomes a recurring, malicious challenge for Cole, who is shocked when he must join forces with Gerbold to help Gerbold escape Nazi Germany with samples of a deadly virus.

Please enjoy this exciting tale of adventure, romance, and fantasy!

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About the author

Claude Frazier is a physician and scientist with multiple scientific publications on a wide range of topics in chemistry, physics, and medicine. Long interested in literature, he has recently published two novels and is working on two other writing projects at this time.He resides in Tennessee with his family.

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