A Vampire Alone by Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc

August 7, 2009 at 11:56 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , )


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Ivana Morriander has lived life to its fullest. She has seen things and done things that most people could only imagine doing. To the unsuspecting person she is beautiful, smart and taking each day by the hand to enjoy all it has to offer. But in reality, she is miserable. “Life” for Ivana is an interesting oxymoron. being as she is not alive and hasn’t been for a very long time. How does a woman who has everything. everything that most humans would give their souls for, cope with living forever while everything and everyone around her dies? Enter Ruben. a dashing and handsome man of secretive origins and brilliant mind. He and Ivana fancy each other and for a time she finds happiness. However, Ruben holds a secret, a secret family oath that he is bound to fulfill and Ivana is the very creature his family has been sworn to kill at all costs. Will Ruben let his love of the beautiful woman prevent him from honoring his duty or will his heart be broken carrying out a centuries old promise that he neither made, nor wishes to keep?

A Vampire Alone

Product Description
Ivana Morriander has lived life to its fullest. She has seen things and done things that most people could only imagine doing. To the unsuspecting person she is beautiful, smart and taking each day by the hand to enjoy all it has to offer. But in reality, she is miserable. “Life” for Ivana is an interesting oxymoron. being as she is not alive and hasn’t been for a very long time. How does a woman who has everything. everything that most humans would give their souls for, cope with living forever while everything and everyone around her dies? Enter Ruben. a dashing and handsome man of secretive origins and brilliant mind. He and Ivana fancy each other and for a time she finds happiness. However, Ruben holds a secret, a secret family oath that he is bound to fulfill and Ivana is the very creature his family has been sworn to kill at all costs. Will Ruben let his love of the beautiful woman prevent him from honoring his duty or will his heart be broken carrying out a centuries old promise that he neither made, nor wishes to keep?

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Bayou Blood By Jerry Pat Bolton

August 7, 2009 at 11:38 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , )


 

Bayou BloodIn my 335 page thriller, “Bayou Blood,” another south Louisiana thriller, the serial killer called The Beast has escaped an underground imprisonment and is angry and bent on wrecking havoc with the two who put him there, ex-Detective Purvis Champagne and Race Benoit. This is the harrowing sequel to another thriller, “Rank Stranger.”

 

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Write to Murder by Jerry Pat Bolton

August 7, 2009 at 11:34 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )


write to murderReview by R. Leland Waldrip, author of Satin Verses, The Last Grizzly, Vigilante Virus and other books

 

 
You remember those gripping tales mixing legal suspense and Southern charm that flowed from the pen of John Grisham during the last decade? Or the great Southern drawl of earthy tradition from William FauIkner in an earlier time? It seems we have among us a modern author of similar talents, a gentleman nurtured in the steamy culture of the moist land in that network of slow-moving southern Louisiana bayous a hundred miles southwest of New Orleans. This author is none other than Jerry Bolton.
Jerry’s adroit skills at weaving poetic wonder and short stories that play to the often flawed characters that one just knows have been an intimate part of his life, in part or in whole. Jerry has a throng of memorable literary bits and pieces and other novels to his credit.
In “Write To Murder,” Jerry spins a great yarn mixing two common household ingredients that are, by themselves not too alarming, and can even be inert. But when poured together through Jerry’s pen, they combine with a dangerous explosive force, like rubbing alcohol and peroxide. We are all familiar with one of these elements: a great yearning to write prose and poetry that is “outside the box” in its ability to penetrate the consciousness of its audience — literary derring-do that puts our wares on a shelf above those of others.
The other common element is found in abundance in that too-long list of flawed character traits of the human race. Greed, lust, avarice, cupidity, rapacity and covetousness, among others, meld into the scabs on the festering rash that Jerry meticulously picks at for fodder for this book. What results is a set of colorful portraitures that tangle in a race through a Shakespearean-plotted story-line to a climactic and dramatic finish.
What more could one want in a murder-mystery than Voodoo tainted Cajun swampland harboring such a volatile mixture? Not a lot, in my opinion. Jerry’s latest will keep you entertained at the beach this summer or curled up in your reading chair at home. You won’t even notice the blondes strutting by in the sand or the clock ticking toward midnight at home. This is a good book. Four stars! Congratulations Jerry!

 

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God Sleeps Tonight by Jerry Pat Bolton

August 7, 2009 at 11:29 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , )


God Sleeps TonightCindy Landry and her husband were abducted and held in an isolated house for two days filled with torture and sexual assault. Cindy’s husband was murdered and she was left for dead. With the help of the murderer’s sister, who he also sexually abused, they exact revenge. The lackadaisical court system seems more inclined to bend over backward for the torturer and murderer of Cindy and her husband. But, in my 249 page novel, “God Sleeps Tonight” what goes around, comes around for Cindy and Imogene, a truly pitiful character have their day(s).

 

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Josh’s Dragon by Jerry Pat Bolton illustrated by His Grandson

August 7, 2009 at 11:25 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , )


 

Josh's DragonMy grandson asked his mother, “Why doesn’t granddad write something I can read?” He is eleven. So I wrote him a dragon story. What’s not to like about dragons? In “Josh’s Dragon,” a 247 page fantasy, I tried my best for him. He was eleven-years-old when I wrote the story and he designed the front cover, and the drawing of the dragons I include at the beginning of each chapter he also sketched. Proud? Of course I am.

 

 

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Rank Stranger by Jerry Pat Bolton

August 7, 2009 at 11:20 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , )


 

Rank Stranger 

In my 315 page thriller, “Rank Stranger,” Sans Souci, Louisiana is The Beast’s next target for mayhem and murder. Thornton Ashe named himself The Beast many years and many murders ago. An unlikely candidate for such a name, Thornton is a bit on the nerdy side. Still, the name fits our wary and elusive cold-bloodied killer The horror The Beast has spawned over the years began innocently enough as a social experiment, but soon turned into something personal and very deadly. After selecting Sans Souci to terrorize next, The Beast chooses Race Benoit as his “Specimen.” But, as Race will find out, it The Beast isn’t only interested in him. The Beast begins to target people Race is close to in a sadistic attempt to see how much stress Race can withstand.

   

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Misdemeanors & Felonies by Jerry Pat Bolton

August 7, 2009 at 11:04 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , )


 

Misemeanors & FeloniesMisdemeanors & Felonies: A Memoir

 

ISBN: 978-0-615-19501-8

 

There comes a time in some men’s lives that it is “fess up” time. That time for me is now. Candence, Patricia and Nick, my children, need to know a little about their father who was not there for them while they were growing up. This, sadly, is all I have to give them now. My chance at showering them with love and support and all that goes with being a father is long past due and sadly, sadly lacking. I can only give them my words. This 349 page book is for them. If no one else reads it, it does not matter, this book is for them. Oh, I hope others might want to delve into the sins of one man who was raised with 1950’s values and busted into the 1960’s and 70’s with a gusto for all the forbidden there was to savor, and there was much to savor.

 

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My Mother’s Revenge By Jerry Pat Bolton

August 7, 2009 at 9:15 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , )


My Mother's Revenge

 

After the savage torture and death of her mother, whom she had guilt feeling about, mafia princess Kathy Albertini is drawn into a world of sexual excess and alcohol in an attempt to rid herself of her demons. She is also trying to distance herself from the “Family,” and it is difficult because her dad is the Godfather of the Dixie Mafia. When she has given up on love a new man in her life is giving her feeling she had never experienced before, plus he brings some shameful secrets of his own that surface violently and unexpectedly. Adding to the emotional upheaval, Kathy has a stalker. My Mother’s Revenge is a 335 page thriller set in New Orleans and the bayous which surround the city.

 

 

 

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Margaret and David A Love Story by Jerry Pat Bolton

August 7, 2009 at 9:03 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , )


 

Margaret and David A love SToryIt is eighty years after America’s second civil war, although some called it a race war. The war was won by a faction of a homegrown Muslim group and the story begins with a young female college student becoming concerned with the way the Anglo saxton’s, Mexicans and other non-Muslims are being treated.

 

 

“Margaret and David: A Love Story,” is a 285 page circumspect story which takes its presumption from history. It is a love story with political ramifications and social impact. After America’s second civil war, fanatical Muslims seized power. “Margaret and David: A Love Story” is the story of tragic interracial love which develops as a nation grows to understand that bigotry and suspicion are tools for oppression and hate no matter where it is found. This is a love story of hope and devotion in the face of hopelessness and despair; a story which blur the lines of our multi-racial society. “Margaret and David: A Love Story” is about forbidden passion, political upheaval, treachery and hate.

 

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Unholy Pursuit by Jerry Pat Bolton

August 7, 2009 at 7:35 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , )


Unholy PursuitSeventy-year-old Joe John Jefferies, recently widowed and alone is at a crossroad in his long life. He is a writer of books, but the words seem to have dried up for him, his so-called Muse has called in sick and will be gone for the foreseeable future. As he contemplates his future he also delves into his past, and especially one particular person he met when a young man on an isolated highway in Georgia. Although he can remember, in great detail, what transpired those brief eighteen hours they were together he cannot remember her name, or even if she gave him her name. So! Off our hero goes in search for the Nameless Girl.

He begins his search at the place they meet in Georgia not understanding what is ahead of him, and indeed what fate has conspired to send him on this search for the Nameless girl. Soon, however, Joe will understand it all too well.

The Nameless Girl will soon be identified as Casondrah, and Joe, heedless to the many red lights he encounters is bewitched by her once again. That she is the supreme vampire of the Clan of Longinus matters not to Joe. And to make matters even more appealing, Joe has begun a process of peeling back the years until he is a young man once again.

Soon he sees Casondrah for what and who she is, but is it too late for him? He also is told of a plan of untold evil which has been set in motion centuries ago and is now very near its completion. This plan must be thwarted by any means necessary and Joe find out, in the end, that it is he alone that can bring down the diabolical plan of the Clan of Longinus to rule the world

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