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Code Sixty-One: A Novel
Code Sixty-One A Novel
Author: Donald Harstad
ISBN-13: 9780385501187
ISBN-10: 0385501188
Publication Date: 4/16/2002
Pages: 384
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Publisher: Doubleday
Book Type: Hardcover
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Investigating the apparent suicide of a colleagues neice, Sheriff Carl Houseman uncovers a group that has transformed the dark fantasies of vampire legend into grisly reality: they ritualistically drink small amount of one another's blood. The murdered girl may have been the victim of a 21st century dracula.
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A wonderful look at law enforcement a suspenseful novel on top of it.
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CODE 61: MAINTAIN RADIO SILENCE. SOMEONE MAY BE LISTENING.

Investigating the apparent suicide of a colleague's niece, Iowa Deputy Sheriff Carl Houseman is startled to uncover a group that transforms the fark fantasies of vampire legend into grisly reality: they ritualistically drink small amounts of one another's blood.

As Carl is drawn deeper into this unnerving world, it becomes clear that the dead woman may have been the victim of a twenty-first-century Dracula.

The prime suspect, Dan Peale, is a sinister presence within the group - a man some say drinks blood and never, ever dies. It's an outlandish, heinous theory, but then suspicions are bolstered by rumors of a card-carrying vampire hunter who is also pursuing Peale. All too soon, Houseman finds himself scrambling to track a vampire - before he kills again...