Sex, Blood, Rock ‘N’ Roll, and Vampyr

by K. M. McFarland

“I’m so excited to announce the release of Sex, Blood, Rock ‘N’ Roll, and Vampyr (Book 1 of The Bloodline Trilogy). The book is now available in digital and paperback.”

~K. M. McFarland

 
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 West Side’s front man and lead singer, Quinn Forrester, and the band’s lead guitarist, Jeff West, were like brothers, so when Quinn mysteriously disappeared in 1989, Jeff suspected foul play. With no evidence to back up his suspicions, Jeff was not able to convince the authorities. What Jeff doesn’t know is that Quinn became a vampire that night and hid away in secret in the dark shadows of New Orleans.

Years later when Quinn and his daughter, Nadia, formed a nightclub act, Quinn stepped back into the local spotlight. Vampires don’t age as mortals do, so to explain that Quinn reinvented himself as his son.

Twenty-five years after Quinn’s sudden unexplained departure from the band, the opening of an art gallery brings Jeff West to New Orleans. A beautiful artist, Quinn’s lookalike son, a vampire tour and a series of events lead Jeff to Quinn. Will Jeff finally uncover the shocking truth about what happened to Quinn?

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Take a look inside the book:

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Here’s Another Sneaky Peek:

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The Author:

71d1sn2gfvl-_ux250_From Nashville, Tennessee to spending most of her childhood on the Florida beaches, K. M. McFarland made her way to the Big Easy. Intrigued by its ambiance, stories of Voodoo, vampires, ghosts, and haunted houses have been her inspiration as well as her fascination with New Orleans’ colorful history. Aside from roaming the French Quarter researching her next book, she enjoys photography, reading, music, and art. As long as there’s a cup of coffee and a glass of dry red wine in her day, life is good.

 

 

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