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Red, White, and Blood by Christopher Farnsworth
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Apr 29, 12

bookshelves: pleasure-reading, series, vamps-and-other-paranormal-pleasure, work-review-related-reading
Read from April 25 to 28, 2012

This is the third book in the President's Vampire series. Cade has been oath-bound to the American President, whoever it happens to be, for 140 years. He doesn't sparkle, he kicks bad-guy butt in a very violent way. He is the ultimate secret weapon. This time around, there is a plot against the president with a teaming up of villains that primordial nightmares are made from. The action is constant, the plot twisting, and the conclusion howl worthy (you'll see what I mean when you read it). The book is lightened up by the not so subtle jabs at election year behavior and political strategy that turns this book into a "stay up all night to finish it" kind of guilty pleasure.
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04/25/2012 page 16
4.0% "This one really takes off with a BANG"

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