Whispers From The Dead

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Rose Webb wasn't given a choice. Fate, it seemed, had its own plan. After watching her family die at the hands of a trio of demonic Vampires, she was tortured, raped, and killed by them over and over again. There seemed only one way out... But that meant becoming the one thing she loathed above all else: a Vampire. In the aftermath of THE BRIMSTONE BETRAYAL, Rose's life has fallen to shambles under accusations of corruption and collusion with the enemy. Her career with the Brimstone Syndicate is in jeopardy as she's branded a rogue Vampire. Her partners, a Werewolf named Toby and a Goblin called Karl, don't trust her, and it seems everyone is hunting her.In a tale that takes Rose from the underbelly of Las Vegas to the deepest depths of her soul, she must face her past and listen to the whispers from the dead. Genre: Fantasy/Science Fiction/Paranormal/Mystery/Suspense Read both trilling books from author Terence West! THE BRIMSTONE BETRAYAL [THE BRIMSTONE CONSPIRACY BOOK 1] WHISPERS FROM THE DEAD [THE BRIMSTONE CONSPIRACY BOOK 2]
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Terence West is the author of ten novels including the best sellers FALLEN ANGELS, DARKNESS, and CRUSADE. A Gen X refugee, he fears the day his generation will rule the world. West is currently stockpiling goods and supplies in Twin Falls, Idaho with his three dogs. Growing up near the small skiing town of Steamboat Springs, Colorado gave him a lot of time to work on his writing because of the weather. A very artistic student, his goal in life was to be an illustrator. In his spare time he hunched over a makeshift-drafting table working on his own comic books. He would write and draw all of his stories. It was then that he learned he enjoyed writing the stories more than drawing them. He credits a lot of his talent as a writer to his mother and father. They never pressured him to follow in his father's footsteps, rather to find his own path in life. Visit Terence West website here.
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Publisher
Simon and Schuster
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Published on
Apr 1, 2009
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Pages
239
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ISBN
9781603135603
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English
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Fiction / Fantasy / General
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