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 Acquisitions editor, Bart Delany, frustrated over his own failure to get published plagiarizes the work of a serial killer. The killer confronts Bart and Bart accidently sends the man to his death down a deep ravine. Police clear him of the crime, Blood Lust is a huge success , but he is fired for stealing the story. He turns lemons to lemonade by starting a business helping authors make their manuscripts saleable. 

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Word Count 1890
File Format Book will be delivered as a PDF download.
Current rating is 4.33. Total votes 6.
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Blood Lust
Typical Breeze - succulent story line, gently garnished with sprigs of humor, and a satisfying surprise ending.

From: Sid Goodman | Created on: 2/15/2012 7:25:57 PM

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A Thirst for Blood
The story was fast paced and kept me interested. Her characters were very believable. I loved the ending, but feel it could have had more to it. It seemed rushed. The author is known for her twists which fascinate me.

Nancy S.

From: Nancy Sansone | Created on: 2/13/2012 7:26:10 PM

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Blood Lust Justice
This story is fast-paced, intriguing and almost predictable; almost predicable, because it's twisted ending both surprised and pleased me.

This story relates to the fear that all authors have -- someone's going to steal our work and we'll want to punish that crime.


From: Judy Logan | Created on: 2/12/2012 5:14:45 PM

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blood lust
Great story, the authors ability to facilitate the natural flow of the story is well carried out. The only thing that  bothered me was the end, it seemed a little rushed and could have used a little more detail. All in all though it was a great story, well worth the read.

From: Mitchell S. Martens | Created on: 2/11/2012 2:42:20 PM

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