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A kid, a cop, and a girl with terrible powers ...
It starts with the death of two little girls, and for the quiet suburb of Fairview, Virginia, the weekend is only just beginning. It's the winter solstice. The Damworths, a traveling gang of young killers, are in town, and they're here to party. But even their leader is unprepared for his youngest recruit to do the one thing that Damworths never do: fall in love. In TEETH, a new author brings three unlikely characters together to awaken an evil as old as Cain--and to escort you through a night so long, you may never think to see the day again.
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TEETH is, first and foremost, a vampire story. It's also, however, a love story and a police thriller. I wanted to do a story about origins, something without need of prequels, so in this book you'll find beginnings: most notably, the origin of a new vampire and the emergence of his hunter.
The setting is the suburbs: a high school, an arcade, an upper-class home, a juvenile detention center, and the forest throughout. These ordinary places set the stage for a confrontation between mortality and immortality, good and evil, death and damnation.
Let the Damworths, America's youngest vampire family, guide you through Fairview's most nightmarish weekend--and, in the end, the longest night its police force will ever know.About the Author:
Marcus Damanda lives in Woodbridge, Virginia with his cat, Shazam. At various times throughout his life, he wrote for The Dale City Messenger, published editorials in the Potomac News, and played in the garage heavy metal band Mother's Day. While not plotting his next fictitious foray into suburban mayhem, he spoiles his nieces and nephews and teaches middle school English.
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Book Description Outskirts Press, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1432706802