• The Mark of the Moderately Vicious Vampire

  • The Kent Montana Series, Book 4
  • By: Charles L. Grant
  • Narrated by: Josh Brogadir
  • Length: 6 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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A pain in the neck

He turns into a bat. Drinks the blood of the living. And never pays income taxes. He's the Vampire Lamar, and since he's come to New England, the body count's been rising every time he rises.

But even eternal nightlife can take on a chill without companionship. The unholy fiend-in-need seeks a down-to-earth, flesh-and-blood girl who's his...er, type, for a very long-term relationship.

But where there are vampires, there are vampire hunters. Unfortunately their stakeout for an eccentric "nobleman" sends them chasing a mortal target named...

Kent Montana

He's the descendant of Scottish nobility, or so he claims. He's an out-of-work actor. He never gets a good script...but his life is more exciting than any science-fiction movie. In fact, his list is a science-fiction movie.

(previously published as written by Lionel Fenn)

©1992 Kathryn Ptacek (P)2018 David N. Wilson

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what?

Bit of a stunning mashup. I will have to listen again to untangle the multitude of characters but I think it's worth it . The voice actor's foriegn accents are rather strange. But above all it's entertaining and distracting. first time that audible recommended anything to me that I liked.

Remember the rubber tree and that Ant? if you do you will enjoy it.

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so many characters for such a short story

if you've ever wondered what a story would sound like if the author was off the deep end here you go. actually it's a pretty good story it's funny at times dumb at times sometimes you can't wait for it to get over and other times it's like okay now what and no sex scenes what do you think about that?