Werewolf Smackdown: A Novel (Felix Gomez Series)

By Mario Acevedo

“[Acevedo] is a truly disturbed man—and I suggest that during absolutely the most interesting experience of the term.”
—Tim Dorsey, writer of Nuclear Jellyfish

 

Felix Gomez, Latino vampire detective extraordinaire, tackles a pretty werewolf cabal in Werewolf Smackdown, the 5th installment in Mario Acevedo’s satirical supernatural sequence. The author’s splendidly twisted combination of comedy, horror, and detective noir—expertly flourished in such books as The Nymphos of Rocky Flat and Jailbait Zombie—places him within the august corporation of Eric “Anonymous Rex” Garcia and Christopher “Bloodsucking Fiends” Moore, whereas incomes him raves from coast to coast. The Baltimore solar calls Acevedo’s novels, “decidedly stable, unclean, unwholesome fun,” whereas writer and fan J.A. Konrath calls them, “a soft mixture of Anne Rice and Michael Connelly, with a beneficiant component of Dave Barry.”

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50 AE pistol. Smoke curled from the muzzle. A spent thumb-size cartridge pinged at the asphalt. He stood the place he’d crawled from the driver’s door of the limo. His go well with and blouse hung in bloody tatters from his muscular chest and palms like he’d been labored over via an business cheese grater. Blood seeped round the glass bits caught to his face. Beside him, the limo driving force clutched the twisted is still of the door and pulled himself to his toes. I permit my werewolf drop. Smoke curled from the outlet scorching in his chest.

Anyone was once looking at. Angela grew to become onto the mortuary driveway. My 6th experience bundled right into a droop, and that droop tripped the pink alert in my head. The humming in my ears was once loud as a shriek. “Back up,” I shouted. Angela touched the brakes and stared at me, her face lit up with confusion. “Don’t stop,” I shouted. “Back up. Now. Now. ” Angela placed the Maserati in opposite and craned her head round to seem out the rear window. “What’s the problem? ” “Give it fuel. ” She mashed the accelerator, and the Maserati shot out backward from the driveway.

I positioned my bag of blood at the desk. My loss of belief in Gullah had soured the flavor and I’d misplaced my urge for food and my thirst for the big apple. Gullah raised one of many shot glasses. “To survival. ” “I’m drawn to greater than survival. ” “I can see why you’re the sort of risky vampire. you're greater than an enforcer. ” “How’s that? ” “You’re a crusader. A vampire on a challenge. A vampire with a sense of right and wrong. ” He gestured with the shot glass. “Here’s to crusades. ” I raised the big apple. “What are your crusades?

Various language. Angela straightened her again and stood tall, her physique toned, her stomach a chain of soft ripples, her black bra and matching thong panties drawing cognizance to what they hid. Her air of secrecy brightened. The orange blobs broke into small circles that floated in her psychic envelope like cartoony polka dots. Angela hooked her thumbs lower than the shoulder straps of her bra. “This is all you get until eventually you play alongside. ” I unbuttoned my blouse and stripped to my tank most sensible. She acknowledged, “More. ” I took the blouse and tank off.

The movement tossed a spurt of supernatural vapor from her temple. “What have you learnt of this hassle among the werewolf clans? ” “The conflict. I’m anticipating it. ” Her resolution wondered me. “In what method? ” “I want the corporate. turns out each ghost in Charleston does not anything yet discuss the nice outdated days. Pirate days. The innovative conflict. Antebellum events. such a lot of them name a stereo a gramophone, for God’s sake. I can’t look ahead to somebody to educate me tips on how to get on the web. ” Deliah pressed her hands at the desk as though punching a keyboard.

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