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Blood and Bullets by James R. Tuck
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Feb 29, 12

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Read in February, 2012

Deacon Chalk is a badass paranormal vigilante - like a tattooed monster-fighting Spenser in tight leather pants - helping keep the streets of Atlanta free from vampire scum. After the murder of his family, Chalk is determined to kill as many monsters as possible before he is leaves the world. Tuck's writing pulls the reader deep into the world of Deacon Chalk and leaves you eager for more. His brash and vivid depictions are sometimes gory, but always full of intensity. Tuck balances a flawed but passionate protagonist with heroic tendencies with the dark and gruesome paranormal activities of the city.

Not only was I pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this novel, but I'm eager to read more about Deacon Chalk in the future.

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