The Vampire Across the Hall-2. The Murmuring Lift

      Daisi Malone
The Vampire Across the Hall-2. The Murmuring Lift

Daisi Malone lives in the Presidio Building in Newtown, Sydney, Australia. She shares the building with a variety of strange people,including the Vampire across the hall, and a murmuring lift.This is the second story in The Vampire Across the Hall series.Night of the Assassin is the prequel to King of Swords, and charts the early days of "El Rey," the super-assassin whose specialty is impossible to execute contract killings on behalf of his savage narco-trafficking cartel clients. Night of the Assassin is an intense, no-flinching, gritty epic that will jar, disturb and thrill even the most jaded suspense/thriller readers. It's a shocking journey into the making of a monster that uses the ongoing drug cartel violence in Mexico as its backdrop.
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    The Vampire Across the Hall-3. The Exchange

      Daisi Malone
The Vampire Across the Hall-3. The Exchange

Daisi Malone lives in the Presidio Building in Newtown, Sydney Australia. Strange things happen in this building.Spirits, vampires and howling Glee Clubs haunt its halls. In this, the third book of the series, Daisi's curiosity leads her to a dangerous secret.Vengeful and determined, Emily Stout and Adelpha have chased Heliena through the Forest of Angor, across the Great Plains, and all the way to the city of Lucifan. Their journey seems nearly complete, yet it has only just begun. In Lucifan, Heliena will reunite with her husband, a shogun from Juatwa, and all the allies her dark pact has acquired. Bringing her to justice will take everything they have, and perhaps more.However, it isn’t a simple matter of cornering Heliena and taking her down. While they have traveled, Lucifan has come under assault—an attack not from an invading army, but from the corruption and greed grown within its own streets in spite of the best intentions of its guardians, the angels. A reckoning has come, and the battle for Lucifan’s soul is underway.And Emily did not travel all this way to sit this one out.
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