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Sunday, April 15, 2012

The Vampire Is Back

Tired of glittering vampires designed as adolescent heart throbs?  Do you long for the days when vampires and monsters were predators, sharp of claw and bloody of tooth?  Then Brian Young's novel will fed your need.  

Four odd hand-picked individuals, by President Lincoln, for the Bureau of Indian Affairs are sent into Indian Territory in 1865 to ‘cleanse’ it and enforce the Indian Act of 1835. The experience is seen through the eyes of the leader John Malcolm, a former bounty-hunter, who leads an ex-Confederate soldier, a Madam and a Creek shaman. 

This was not a routine job from the beginning, and gradually they discover why the region they explore is called No Man’s Land, and its dark and hidden secrets that sleep within. Their world will never be the same again after this journey.

“This is how we are going to destroy the city of the vampires."


Brian Young dances a graceful and mythic death dealing spiral through a unique horror, paranormal, and steam punk infused landscape.

Read more about the author here.
Young, Brian. Civitate Sanguino. Damnation Books, 2012.

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