The Vampire of New York
Penguin, 2008/01/02 - 368 ページ
Enoch Bale stalked the streets of New York centuries ago. While he is both dead and forgotten . . . he isn’t gone.
When archaeologist Carrie Norton discovers the remains of a murder victim from the Civil War era at an historic New York site, Detective Max Slattery begins to piece together parallels to a much more modern string of vicious slayings. Now, what once seemed urban legend becomes alarmingly real as Carrie and Max bring a centuries-old conspiracy between both the living and the dead out of the shadows. As their lives are put at risk, the duo soon realize it’s a conspiracy that has yet to claim its final victims. Who will be next?
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LibraryThing Reviewユーザー レビュー - mtnbiker1 - LibraryThing
I just finished this book and thought it was a very enjoyable romp through Civil War era New York City! The historical viewpoint reminded me of Caleb Carr or Harold Schechter, and I of course am very ... レビュー全文を読む
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