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BLOOD LINES: NIGHT’S JOURNEY Mechele Armstrong ®
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Blood Lines: Night’s Journey Mechele Armstrong This e-book is a work of fiction. While reference might be made to actual historical events or existing locations, the names, characters, places and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events, or locales is entirely coincidental. Published by Loose Id LLC 1802 N Carson Street, Suite 212-2924 Carson City NV 89701-1215 Copyright © June 2007 by Mechele Armstrong All rights reserved. This copy is intended for the purchaser of this e-book ONLY. No part of this e-book may be reproduced or shared in any form, including, but not limited to printing, photocopying, faxing, or emailing without prior written permission from Loose Id LLC. ISBN 978-1-59632-448-0 Available in Adobe PDF, HTML, MobiPocket, and MS Reader Printed in the United States of America Editor: Erin Mullarkey Cover Artist: April Martinez
Chapter One Titius’s boot tapped on the black asphalt under his feet. “What do you mean you don’t know where he is?” “He left Richmond. But we can’t track where he went.” The vampire in front of him scratched a small goatee that looked as if it had only grown for a few days. He scratched it constantly. Titius could take a razor to it, but he’d be too tempted to slice the newly made vampire’s throat and have a feast instead. “That’s bullshit…” What was his name? Titius couldn’t call it to mind. No matter, he wouldn’t last a year, more than likely. Most vampires didn’t. Made sense -- they came from the human ranks. But he’d serve Titius well while he was here. Afterward, Titius would make another one like him. “Even a vampire leaves a trail.” His foot tapped faster. “I need Nick Mancuso found.” “We did manage to obtain…a video.” All the stores had security cameras somewhere these days. “He was with a red-haired woman.” “A woman?” Titius sighed, turning to look out toward the Richmond canal. “Seems like he would have learned his lesson. Stupid.” Nick, you should have learned more f om me. Not that Nick would hear that. Oh no, something had blocked Titius from feeling out his best student, who seemed to have dropped off the earth. If he’d been killed, Titius would have sensed it. The vampire of his line still lived, though Titius couldn’t find him. The last place he’d been able to sense him had been in Richmond.

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