Book: Sheep's Clothing by Elizabeth Einspaniercategories: Book, Weird Western, Werewolf, Horror, Western, Novella, Vampire
Elizabeth Einspanierabout this book: Tired of "beautiful elite" vampires? Don't see the romance in a bloodsucking paramour? Want to see some old-school vampires you can really sink your fangs into?
Let me transport you back to 1874, in what is not yet Colorado...
Doc Meadows does not consider himself a superstitious man, and thus does not believe in the legends and ghost stories his friends and neighbors tell in the small town of Salvation. However, his worldview is turned upside down when a gravely-injured gunslinger named Wolf Cowrie stumbles into his clinic with some terrifying news.
Vampires exist, and Wolf has tracked a particularly charismatic specimen named Alexandre Russeau and his two brides to Salvation, with a score to settle.
Doc is incredulous of Wolf's story at first, but as Russeau's influence spreads and the evidence mounts, Doc is forced to face the terrifying realization that out on the frontier, humans are not at the top of the food chain...
Sheep's Clothing combines historical details and mythological research into a well-crafted tale that hearkens back to the roots of vampire and shapeshifter myths.
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