Whitechapel Road, a Vampyre Tale
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Whitechapel Road, a Vampyre Tale

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Born in the south of England in 1854, Aremis thought his life was laid out from the very beginning. But that was all to change. Expecting to meet his wife-to-be at the annual harvest festival, Aremis has no idea that the evening would bring forth an evil far beyond his comprehension. Nursed back to health by his sister Temperance, the terrifying truth begins to unfold and...more
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Darlene Ruiz
I came across Wayne Mallow's facebook page by accident about a year ago and very happy I did. I love books about Vampires but was looking for something different. Something other then the mortal girl falling in love with the wicked vampire. I'm not knocking those kind of books but you will find something completely different with Whitechapel Road A Vampyre Tale. I loved how the author incorporated Jack the Ripper into his tale. I couldnt put the book down and I'm anxiously looking forward to it'...more
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Whitechapel Road is a vampire novel by Niagara Falls resident Wayne Mallows that goes back to the 1800s and Victorian England in the good old days of Jack the Ripper, but in this version, vampires abound. Specifically, a female vampire named Mary who uses the patriarchal and often misogynistic belief systems of the times to her advantage as she runs amok in London, taunting the clueless police, but more than anyone, she taunts a man named Aremis who was engaged to a woman he thought was a simple...more
Wise_owl
From the title alone, one knows in broad strokes where this book is headed, but none-the-less, the journey to get there is alot more interesting than I initially suspected it would be.

A Vampire tale in the Victorian Tradition, indeed set in the Late Victorian period obviously, it follows a somwhat familiar narrative, if given some interesting twists. The vampiric attack. The victim who becomes a monster. It also features some of the better elements of good crime drama; the cat and mouse game bet...more
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