Book Reviews of The Flesh, the Blood, and the Fire

The Flesh, the Blood, and the Fire
The Flesh the Blood and the Fire
Author: S. A. Swiniarski
ISBN-13: 9780886778798
ISBN-10: 0886778794
Publication Date: 7/1/1998
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: DAW
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I loved this book it is not a romance story more a story
of good and evil in the vampire community and the sacrifice
that was made by all to fight it. A good meaty story hard to
put down.
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They were the one real failure in Eliot Ness' crime- fighting career. It began late in the summer of 1935 when part of a human body washed up on the shore of Euclid Beach Park. Over the next four years a dozen more bodies multilated, decapitated and drained of blood were found along the railroad tracks and waterways of Cleveland, Ohio. With the whole city gripped by terror safty director Eliot Ness instituted the largest manhunt in Cleveland History..........
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This is my first book by this author...I'll be looking for more. This was a good book.
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In 1934 Cleveland decapitated bodies began to wash up and be found. The Cleveland police were unable to find clues as to the killer so Elliot Ness was hired. The book takes this real story and fictionalizes it into a possiblity as to who or what was actually doing the killing. Very clever vampire story wound around a horrible serial killer event in American history.