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Bride of the Fat White Vampire by Andrew Fox
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Jan 04, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: bookcrossing, 2008
Read in January, 2008

Sequel to Fat White Vampire Blues, events in this book occur shortly after Fat White concludes. I wish I'd read this one sooner after finish the previous, because even though much mention is made of the previous events not all the details are rehashed and I'd forgotten a bunch. Almost as much fun as the first book, this one has Jules Duchon conscripted as a detective by the High Krewe, who convince him that it is in his best interest to work for them or Doodlebug loses his California institute. As Jules investigates, he discovers that the motives behind the attacks on the young High Krewe members are both simpler and more complicated than he expected. A satisfying read, which brought much amusement. Hope the author has plans to continue on with the series.

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