The Last Encore: Voodoo Rumors 1951
Book 2 of 4: Voodoo Rumors 1951
Some men love to hear a woman scream in the middle of the night.
But in my line of work, it always means trouble.
Tonight is no different. Once I get the dame calmed down, she shows me what all the fuss is about: three stiffs in the dumpster behind Gatsby’s, stacked one on top of the other.
Now I know what you’re thinking—bodies drained of blood, two marks on the side of each neck…all signs point to shenanigans of the vampiric variety. But I’ve been on this beat long enough to know there’s always more to the story, even in a place like this.
Hell, especially in a place like this. Music City has a dark side, one teeming with werewolves, demons, ghosts. Nothing beats the satisfaction of seeing one of these monsters dead at my feet. But sometimes this job takes something out of me—something I can never get back.
This case is one of those times…
Thomas Dietrich and his girl Natalie are back on the job to take on the undead and otherworldly in 1950s Nashville for Book 2 of D. Alan Lewis’s genre-bending series, Voodoo Rumors.