Vampire: Beneficence - Lazlo Ferran

Vampire: Beneficence

By Lazlo Ferran

  • Release Date: 2013-04-06
  • Genre: Short Stories
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Vampire: Beneficence Lazlo Ferran Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Three short stories PLUS read the first chapter of all three novels: Ordo Lupus and the Temple Gate, Too Bright the Sun and Attack Hitler's Bunker!

Vampire: Beneficence
There was a short message on the piece of paper.

Sunday at noon.

It was signed in blood: Concilium Putus Visum

A vampire races against time to gather blood for a congregation and save his young girlfriend and daughter from murder by a secret Catholic cult of assassins.

The Jesus Monster

In a small settlement in the Australian Outback, the last survivors on Earth wait for the global virus called The Jesus Monster. Into their midst comes a stranger with a stranger message. This story was written, live, on twitter over a two day period and has been left unedited.

Ilya Kuznetsov, a clerk in Stalinist Russia, has discovered that what he thought of as his fool-proof system of recording mail delivery has gone wrong. An envelope is missing and he is determined to find it.

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