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Griffin Unbowed (Pureblood Archives, #1)

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A young police detective, when trying to solve an unsolvable murder case, is pulled into the hidden world of vampires. He finds himself fighting for his life after nearly having his throat ripped out... and is brought to the attention of the mysterious Council of Elders, who don't have mankind's best interests at heart.
Kindle Edition, 516 pages
Published August 6th 2019
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Aug 06, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Good story

Finaly a vampire book where the story is about vampires and the focus was not all about romance. Hopefully this continues in the next books. Too many stories get ruined where the authors forget this. Some of us do not want to read romance novels. Look forward to the next book.
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