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Morsus (Morsus Rise Book 1)

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Vampires feast on human blood to survive, werewolves on flesh. Morsus feed on adrenaline. Hunted to the edge of extinction, few survived. Any that did have learned to adapt, assimilating so well they’ve faded into legend.

In a small town outside New Orleans, Bay struggles to control his newfound powers after killing someone turns his life upside-down. In a compound near
Kindle Edition, 308 pages
Published September 23rd 2019 by PseudoPsalms Press
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Marlena Frank
Nov 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Morsus hide from the notice of humans. Some like the LaMontaine family hide in plain sight as part of the Louisiana police. Others like the Cromwells live in an expensive exclusive military compound completely insulated from human society. Morsus themselves feed off human adrenaline with their long, black claws. Their feeding can be addictive to adrenaline junkies, and deadly if they take too much. Morsus are also going extinct.

Lily Cromwell, the daughter of the ruthless Baron, lives with
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PeterAdam Salomon’s second novel, ALLTHOSE BROKEN ANGELS, was nominated for theBramStoker Award for Superior Achievement in Young Adult fiction. Two of his novels havebeen named a ‘Book All Young Georgians Should Read’ by The Georgia Center forThe Book.

He founded both National Dark Poetry Day (Oct. 7) and the annual international Horror Poetry Showcase for the Horror Writers Association.

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