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The Vampires of Bifurquer Veine Marais (Hannibal du Noir, Vampire Hunter #1)

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1905, France. A city falls prey to a series of vicious and bizarre murders the local police are at a loss to explain. All Constable Alaire Belfort wants to do is catch the killer and keep his sister safe. He finds a fast friend in Hannibal du Noir, a scholar of the mystic and self-proclaimed vampire hunter. But it seems to Belfort that du Noir knows far too much about the ...more
Kindle Edition, 32 pages
Published June 27th 2014 by Skull&Dog
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M.C. Dulac
Apr 01, 2015 M.C. Dulac rated it it was amazing
Shelves: paranormal
It’s 1905 and vampire hysteria no longer exists in civilised France. But behind the wet fog and desperate poverty of the Parisian slums, a murderer is at large, a murderer so evil and cunning that the old superstitions are revived.

Malchien returns the vampire story to its true monstrous origins. These are no existential-angst-suffering, drawing-room-dandies - no, these guys in Bifurque Veine Marais are bad. Serial killers of the worst kind, it falls to young Constable Alaire Belfort to track dow
Kristi Lazzari
Jul 16, 2014 Kristi Lazzari rated it it was amazing
Thoroughly enjoyed this story. I began reading not sure what to expect. The story reminded me of the horror stories of the past, while giving a fresh perspective to the subject matter. I found the story wonderfully dark and well written. Loved the scientific take on vampire hunting and can't wait to read more of du Noir.
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I'm Anneque G. Malchien, highly experimental writer into all speculative fiction genres, advocate of sci-fi thrillers, horror, fantasy comedy and human drama. Well, who isn't?

At the moment I'm writing an alternate history series. Or a series of series, as each series deals with a different aspect of the same universe. It kicks off in Europe in 1905, a boom-time of arts, culture and technology, whe
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