Red Dragon

Red Dragon Withdrawn from circulation A thriller of murder and revenge mixed with vampire romance and martial arts adventure In Michael Burton is a San Francisco reporter who covers the war between the drag

  • Title: Red Dragon
  • Author: Theresa M. Moore
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Withdrawn from circulation.A thriller of murder and revenge mixed with vampire romance and martial arts adventure In 1984 Michael Burton is a San Francisco reporter who covers the war between the dragons in Chinatown He soon learns that vampires rule the shadows, and that the factions are than they appear to be But when someone close to him is murdered, Michael seaWithdrawn from circulation.A thriller of murder and revenge mixed with vampire romance and martial arts adventure In 1984 Michael Burton is a San Francisco reporter who covers the war between the dragons in Chinatown He soon learns that vampires rule the shadows, and that the factions are than they appear to be But when someone close to him is murdered, Michael searches for answers What he learns changes his life forever He must choose a side, and gets caught up in the battle when he is forced to fight in the arena to save the woman he loves.Children of The Dragon book 4.The Children of The Dragon series is the chronicle of the Xosan, living vampires from the planet Antellus who were once human but were transformed by a dragon s blood They are stories of science fiction, fact and fantasy, myth and history, romance tragedy and triumph linked together by the theme of the vampire as hero.

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    • Children of the Dragon – Red Dragon – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat “It takes an Asian to understand another Asian, you know what I mean?” “I’m not sure. Are you saying I can’t do this because I’m a white man?” Well…yes,” she said. “In order to see what’s going on you need to know something about the culture, the history of the Chinese triads. There have been wars between rival clans that last so long that sometimes the factions have forgotte [...]


    • This story is part of Moore's ongoing series involving vampires. In this series, vampires are partly science-fictional in nature, being descended from humanoid aliens who happen to subsist nicely on human blood.Other than a few details, like the main character's really amazing aptitude for the martial arts, I was really enjoying the story right up until the last few chapters. Those really jarred me out of the story, because several things seemed forced, in order to set things up for another stor [...]


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