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The Vampire Agent by Patricia Rosemoor & Marc Paoletti
Cover Artist: Chris McGrath
Review by Harriet Klausner
Del Rey Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780345501059
Date: 30 December 2008 List Price $6.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

He was a mummy buried in a New Mexico cave when the witch and the anthropologist found him and brought him back to undead life. Malevolent vampire Andre Espinoza caused destruction and death in Texas as well as New Mexico until Special Ops Captain Scott Boulder, his Ultra Tam unit and anthropologist Leah Maguire sent the evil one into another spatial dimension (see The Last Vampire). However, Scott knows the vampire infected him so fearing his new super powers that come with the contamination, the military officer remains locked up to insure he does not harm people; no one including Scott knows how much humanity he lost when Espinoza took him. Meanwhile black ops research scientist Darryl Adams is seeking a cure for his brother in arms.

From official release/information:

Product Description: On the sultry streets of New Orleans, Captain Scott Boulder and Leah Maguire are about to begin a deadly mission. The traumatized, genetically altered subjects of a Department of Defense experiment gone wrong have escaped, among them Rachel Ackart, a beautiful, seductive, and powerful woman–who is now under the dangerous influence of Andre Espinoza de Madrid, a vampire of incomparable evil and power.

While Predator drones circle above New Orleans, and the sound of Black Hawk helicopters rends the air, Scott and Leah must fight their growing attraction to each other as they pursue their quarry amid the haunted and the damned. But Rachel is one step ahead of them. Andre's vampire agent will soon unleash the greatest terror of all.

(Source: Del Rey)

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