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Simon Clark – Vampyrrhic

Posted by demonik on June 11, 2009

Simon Clark – Vampyrrhic (New English Library, 1998)

Chris Moore

Chris Moore

Not far from the coastal town of Whitby, nestling in the purple hills of the North Yorkshire Moors, is Leppington. Quiet. Unassuming. A forgotten backwater.

Yet beneath Leppington’s streets terrifying creatures stir. Driven by an ancient passion that has become an obsession. United in their burning hunger. They share an unending craving. They are Nosferatu. And they have the power to drain your will to resist. To drain it so utterly that you will cheerfully, gladly, eagerly surrender
yourself to their sharp, brutal teeth.

IN LEPPINGTON DEATH ISN’T ALWAYS FOREVER …

See also the Vampyrrhic thread on Vault Of Evil

Simon Clark’s website: Nailed By The Heart

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