Daughters Of The Moon
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Daughters Of The Moon

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From the blood-soaked wails of a 17th-century European castle to the glittering excess of 70s rock-and-roll glamour, a legendary vampire stalks her prey.
Paperback, 381 pages
Published November 1st 2000 by Pinnacle
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Not my typical read, but it was passed along from someone who likes some of the same stuff I do. I wouldn't say it was any good, other than being really briskly paced, this was a simplistic & formulaic bit of typical vampire mythos.
C. D.  Brinker
One of these days someone will write the legend of Countess Elizabeth Bathory without cliched vampiric tales.
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