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The Knighton Vampires (John Mayo #2)

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John Mayo, of the secret Government Department codenamed Operation Werewolf, loses his wife of only a few years, and heads away from the memories to recover his wits. He ends up in the Welsh town of Knighton which has recently come to grips with the graffiti and terrorism of Welsh National Activists, as well as a number of mysterious deaths seemingly through vampirism. May ...more
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published April 29th 1993 by Piatkus Books (first published 1992)
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John Mayo is part of a super secret police force. After his last case, where his hippie lover was killed, he needs to recuperate, and goes to the small Welsh border town of Knighton.

The town is falling apart. A bunch of hippies (I found this strange, to be writing of hippies in 1993, but the reader should just go with it.) are trashing the town. After a real estate crash, people are moving out, selling their houses for next to nothing. Drugs and c
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I was born on November 21, 1939, in the small village of Hopwas, near Tamworth, Staffordshire, England. My mother was a pre-war historical novelist (E. M. Weale) and she always encouraged me to write.
I was first published at the age of 12 in The Tettenhall Observer, a local weekly newspaper. Between 1952-57 I wrote 56 stories for them, many serialized. In 1990 I collated these into a book entitled
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