A Passing Curse
by C. R. Trolson
Publisher: Smashwords 2013
Number of pages: 441
Homicide detective Reese Tarrant leaves the LAPD under a cloud of suspicion that he murdered serial killer Richard Lamb, dubbed by the media as the Anaheim Vampire for draining the blood from thirteen women. Because Lamb had once worked for billionaire Ajax Rasmussen, Reese drives up the coast to Santa Marina and Ajax's palatial mansion overlooking the Pacific.
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