The Devil Plague of Naples

by Frank Schildiner

cover by Mariusz Gandzel

Vampires and demons are dark creatures who inhabit a human body. Their insane appetite and the demonic lusts rise and they become nothing more than feeders in the dark or fiends capable of terrible evil.

US$26.95/GBP 18.99
5x8 tpb, 344 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1-61227-763-9

Naples, 1806. The new kingdom is under attack from forces that even Napoleon’s mighty army cannot defeat. An antediluvian evil has risen and seeks to regain her lost power. The undead are remaking the city into a land of plague and ashes.

The Emperor dispatches his vampire hunters, the dour swordmaster Jean Pierre Séverin and the Austrian exorcist Franz Karnstein. With the aid of Bartolomeo Dardi and his lovely daughter, Sylvia, they will face the dreaded Neapolitan secret police, undead creatures from the Vampire City of Selene, horrors from beyond, as well as the deadly Michele Bozzo, a.k.a. Fra Diavolo, the future leader of the Black Coats!
Frank Schildiner is the author of NAPOLEON’S VAMPIRE HUNTERS, two Frankenstein novels, and is a regular contributor to the popular Tales of the Shadowmen series. This novel, like its predecessor, draws from characters created by legendary French author Paul Féval.

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