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The Bloody Curse of Humankind

ByAshaki BoelterAshaki Boelter

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Ashaki Boelter, of Shakalot High Entertainment, presents another FICTION vampire horror story/NOVEL that resurrects the 18th-century vampire named Sir Sange (as in Sir Blood). In this installment about the cursed creature, he arises in Portland, Oregon, with a thirst for blood and inadvertently comes across a near doppelganger of his loving desire. Soon, it begins to feel like home again, deathly and bloody, as Sir Sange intends to rule over the town by biting everybody to assist in his takeover or quench his sensational thirst for blood. Anyone who gets in his way, as he attempts to turn his lover into a vampire bride will be a drained victim of circumstance. The Bloody Curse of Humankind takes no prisoners at nightfall. Adding to the thirsty vampire’s bloody fountain drink smorgasbord throughout Portland nights, a lousy business deal occurs at gunpoint, and David Snyder is forced to give away a large piece of abandoned property. Where else would Sir Sange build his kingdom, should he convince the new owner with fangs? And as the situation gets darker and unexplained by the police and confused detectives, an elderly relative of the vampire’s loving desire inserts herself into Portland to save her niece and brother-in-law. With a dark twist, the old relative, consequently, a prior foe to Sir Sange, has an alternate and baffling reason to give him a chance to live! Unfortunately, the evil bloodsucker never keeps a promise. Boelter’s uncanny twists and familiar pursuit of chaos are written with the pedal to the metal in this horrific vampire story. So, grab a cup of your favorite cocoa, enjoy the warmth of a lovely fireplace, cuddle within your safety net of a loved one to calm your nerves while you sit a spell for another scary story from Boelter.


Publication Date
Sep 30, 2020
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
By (author): Ashaki Boelter, Illustrated by: Ashaki Boelter, Edited by: Ashaki Boelter


Interior Color
Black & White
US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm)

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