Progeny of the Adder

  • Title: Progeny of the Adder
  • Author: Leslie H. Whitten Jr.
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Progeny of the Adder The three bodies found in the Potomac River quickly convinced veteran Homicide detective Harry Picard he was up against something he had never seen before The victims had much in common they were all
    The three bodies found in the Potomac River quickly convinced veteran Homicide detective Harry Picard he was up against something he had never seen before The victims had much in common they were all blonde women who had died violent deaths and all were marked emaciated.Slowly conflicting leads filtered in one of the women was a prostituteother the daughter of aThe three bodies found in the Potomac River quickly convinced veteran Homicide detective Harry Picard he was up against something he had never seen before The victims had much in common they were all blonde women who had died violent deaths and all were marked emaciated.Slowly conflicting leads filtered in one of the women was a prostituteother the daughter of a diplomata black limousine with a hulking driver, also in black, had been seen picking them upe car was traced to a man who had come to Washington, D.C from Europe, by way of England, Malaya, and Canada Could Picard find, and stop, this monstrous killer

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    1. My reasons for reading this are a little abstract. When I was a kid, I loved KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER - and so read the novel by Jeff Rice. My late sister, who was a big vampire fan, said "you should read PROGENY OF THE ADDER sometime, it's VERY much like The Night Stalker." I filed that away in the back of my mind. With the passing of my sister last year, I inherited her vast collection of vampire books and so now had a copy of PROGENY and said "I really should read this sometime". I decided [...]

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    2. Besides the old TV series Dark Shadows and a dumbed-down kid's version of Dracula, this book was the only real early introduction to the vampire myth I had (later on, when I was inspired to write my own vampire novel after reading an article in Christianity Today about the Christian roots of the "horror" theme in literature and movies, I didn't read other works in the subgenre, so as not to be unduly influenced, until my own book was finished). I read this one as a young teen, and it's well-writ [...]

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    3. Stephen King recommended book. Noted as "important to the genre we have been discussing" from Danse Macabre, published in 1981.

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    4. This book was Ok, but it didn't have anything in it to write home about.

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    5. One of the most fast paced books I've ever read.It was a page turner question. Despite the dry writing, the short dialogues, the story cut to the bone, and the almost absence of thorough descriptions you could smell, imagine, hear every single odour, scene, noise the book was trying to capture.The story was interestingt particularly original but well developed. It's a novel that don't need extra explanations, preambles or digressions. It's all there, in every action, thought, spoken word.I'm alm [...]

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