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The Vampire of Rome

(Inquisitor series #4)

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A prisoner in Vatican City, Brother Sebastian must endure an ordeal to prove he is still pure, re-qualify to demonstrate he still has the skills required of an Inquisitor, and then figure out where the Vampire Lord who is picking off Cardinals is hiding and Purge him. The hunt is on, but who is hunting whom?
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Published October 2016
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Eric Steele
Jul 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this book. It concerns a society of vampire and witch hunters in the Vatican. The main character, Sebastian, is recovering from some trauma he received in the earlier books. The story is very well researched with lots of attention to detail about the Vatican and Italy. The combat scenes are believable and gritty. If I had a criticism it would be that the story gets off to quite a slow start,but once things start to happen they heat up very quickly. One for fans of the paranormal.
Rachel Mackenzie
Mar 24, 2018 rated it liked it
I liked it until the end. I'm hoping there's a fifth book because the ending for this one seemed very haphazardly slapped together and seemed really anti-climatic for the monster that they were fighting. ...more
Nervous Nellie Justice
I thought I couldn’t get grossed out much more than in previous books. This is not a bad thing, mind you. I enjoy reading about the world that Sebastian lives in. I enjoy the characters, but I have to remember this is labeled a horror story. Author Lincoln Farish enjoys writing in the repulsive ball park. If you don’t mind a vampire that is so far away from ‘sparkly’ that it’ll burn your eyes, if you don’t mind horribly grisly deaths, if you don’t mind sucking on an eyeball as a mint, then this ...more
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A thrilling book, easily the best in the series to date. Action, drama, and a well-written plot round out an excellent entry to this series.

Lincoln Farish is one of my very favorite horror authors, and certainly my favorite modern horror author.
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