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Blood Trail (Gunsmith, Book 381) by J. R. Roberts

By J. R. Roberts

MAN OR MONSTER?

The sheriff of Effingham, Missouri, wishes Clint Adams’ support to seize what's both a brutal killer or a wild animal. After seeing the corpse, Clint can’t think who—or what—could have so savagely mutilated the sufferer. yet Romanian immigrant Frederick Talbot is aware, and it truly is his accountability to seek down and break this predator.

For Talbot claims to be a vampire and werewolf hunter, and he believes the sort of creatures him to the US from the outdated nation. The Gunsmith doesn’t think in superstitions, yet he’ll group up with Talbot and pack silver bullets rather than lead if it ability bringing a murderer—whether badman or beast—to justice…

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I’d say the blue spots are a better bet, if you’re trying for another hive,” I told him. “The ones you’ve only marked with red are probably from Mr. Warner’s orchard. ” I dug the book from my pocket, and when I looked up to wish him a good day he was looking back at me, and the expression on his face took all words from my lips—no mean accomplishment. He was, as the writers say but people seldom actually are, openmouthed. He looked a bit like a fish, in fact, gaping at me as if I were growing another head.

Had he said almost anything else, or even said the same words in another manner, I should merely have made a brusque apology and a purposeful exit, and my life would have been a very different thing. However, he had, all unknowing, hit squarely on a highly sensitive spot. My reason for leaving the house at first light had been to avoid my aunt, and the reason (the most recent of many reasons) for wishing to avoid my aunt was the violent row we’d had the night before, a row sparked by the undeniable fact that my feet had outgrown their shoes, for the second time since my arrival three months before.

I shall leave her here, frustrated and unnamed, and hope she does not intrude further on my narrative. TWO THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE One came hither, to the school of the bees, to be taught the preoccupations of all-powerful nature… and the lesson of ardent and disinterested work; and another lesson too… to enjoy the almost unspeakable delights of those immaculate days that revolved on themselves in the fields of space, forming merely a transparent globe, as void of memory as the happiness without alloy.

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