Vampires Dead Ahead

Vampires Dead Ahead

Book - 2011
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In the acclaimed Night Tracker series by New York Times bestselling author Cheyenne McCray, the vampires are back to make a brand new start of it--in old New York...

With zero tolerance for bloodsuckers, Nyx and the Trackers have made the streets safer for warm-blooded New Yorkers. Unfortunately, they didn't drive a stake through the problem nationwide. Vampire attacks are on the rise. Proctors are dropping like flies. And Volod--New York's ousted Master Vampire--is trying to make a comeback...

Nyx is worried--about her city, her job, and her neck. But mostly she's concerned about her former lover, Rodán, a Proctor who's gone missing. Scarier still, Volod is capturing and "turning" paranorms to help him paint the town red. Which sucks. Because some of these new vampires are Nyx's old friends. But hey-- if she can stake them here, she'll stake them anywhere ...

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2011.
ISBN: 9780312532697
Branch Call Number: MCCRA
Characteristics: 333 p ; 18 cm.


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Jan 28, 2012

Trackers, the cops of the paranormal world, are going missing, and PIs Nyx Ciar, a dark elf, and Olivia DeSantos, a human, are asked to find them. They discover that master vampire Volod has figured out how to turn paranormals into vampires, with dire implications for the balance of nonhuman power. Most of the book is taken up by eroticized nonconsensual bloodsucking and kink of a less gory type, as well as some very earnest discussion between Nyx and her would-be lover. As with an episode of a daytime soap, there's lots of rehash, incremental change in the fundamental relationships, and one or two genuinely heart-stopping scenes amid the shouting. Only fans will really be able to follow along.


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