Author Mosiman's Book
Bad Trip South
Five Star, Feb 2004, 25.95, 224 pp. ISBN: 1594141053 North Carolina police officer Jay Anderson knew he was doing wrong, but could not stop himself from beating up his wife Carrie. To help him with his anger management, Jay was seeing police psychiatrist Frank Hawkins, but in the middle of their sessions, he tells the shrink that he, his wife, and his ten year old daughter Emily were taking a vacation in Missouri over the concern of Frank. On...
Daw, June 2003, 6.99, 352 pp. ISBN 0756401208 There is three different kind of vampires. The Predators believe they are superior to man and other vampires. They force vampires to buy blood from them so they can pass as Naturals. The Craven are timid creatures who hide in the shadows while depending on the pity and the mercy of the Naturals to stay alive. Malachi is none of the above because he is the son of a mortal man and a vampire mother. ...
Five Star, Sep 2002, 24.95, 285 pp. ISBN: 0786241756 Show business publicist Karl LaRosa enjoys his lifestyle that includes many young women to make love with in his Malibu home. However, his perfect life starts to break down when someone tries to run his Jaguar off the road and vandalizes his house and office. Attempts to kill him follow. Karl assumes an ex-girlfriend seeks revenge for some unknown slight, but has no idea whom or why. Unbe...
Billie Sue Mosiman Dew, Jan 2002, 6.99, 320 pp. ISBN 0756400481 Vampires once were humans who suffered from a mutated form of the disease porphyry. The disease is fatal and at the time of their death they choose weather to become a Predator, Normal or Craven vampire. Predators drink human blood and kill when necessary. They also run the blood banks that supply human blood for a price to Normals who try to act like the humans they once were....
Red Moon Rising
Daw, Feb 2001, 6.00, 304 pp. ISBN: 0886779553 There exists a rare blood disease that is fatal to most humans. The illness turns a person into a monster with distorted facial features and leaves the victims in excruciating pain. Thankfully their life span is short. In a statistically insignificant part of the population, a gene turns some individuals into vampires upon their death. That particular gene is dominant leading to whole families of ...
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