Guest Post: From Russia With Blood author Michael J Lee on balancing action and romance
After my first ebook My Frankenstein I left the good baron and his creation to write about vampires. Vampire spies as it happens. And it was a pleasure. Just like with My Frankenstein I felt like I was really in my element with this story. It was easier to write from the standpoint that it was set in contemporary times, for the most part. There’s a big section that is set during the Cold War but that’s not as remote as say 1830’s Bavaria. I also have vivid memories of many of the locations.
October 24, 2011
Release Day: From Russia With Blood by Micheal J Lee
400 year old vampire Ian Redd joined British Intelligence during the Cold War. But after the Berlin Wall came down they decided they no longer needed his services. He was retired, almost permanently. Ian escaped and has lived the quiet life in a small town until a professional hit team arrived at his doorstep. Who sent them? That’s a question that will lead Ian into the arms of a beautiful woman named Larissa Barton and into the most dangerous operation of his unlife.
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