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Kardinal

Kardinal

Thomas Emson

In this, the last part of the Vampire Babylon trilogy, Jake Lawton returns to Babylon - modern-day Iraq - to face the resurrected vampire god who spawned the trinity.

Size: ↑ 129 mm440 PagesISBN: 9781906727321
Publication: April 1, 2012

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In this, the last part of the Vampire Babylon trilogy, Jake Lawton returns to Babylon - modern-day Iraq - to face the resurrected vampire god who spawned the trinity.

Thomas was born in Bangor, Wales, in 1966, and raised on Anglesey, the island at the northern tip of Wales. He lives in Kent under another name with his wife, the author and journalist, Marnie Summerfield Smith. It was Stephen King's vampire novel Salem's Lot that fired his ambition to be a writer. He was a journalist for more than 20 years, working for local, regional, and national papers as a reporter, sub-editor, design editor, sports editor, night editor, and deputy editor. His first novel, a Welsh-language vampire story, was published in 1996. He's had three novels, two collections of stories, and two non-fiction books published in Welsh. He is also an award-winning playwright. On April 1, 2008, Snowbooks published his first English-language novel, Maneater. Skarlet, the first book in The Vampire Trinity, followed in 2009. Prey, the sequel to Maneater came out in that year, as well. He is now working on Kardinal, the last part of The Vampire Trinity. Thomas is represented by Mariam Keen at the Whispering Buffalo Literary Agency.

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Format: Trade paperback

Size: ↑ 129 mm

440 Pages

ISBN: 9781906727321

Publication: April 1, 2012


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