Review of Maitre'd to the Damned by M E Brines

Maitre'd to the Damned
M E Brines

Bankrupt barkeep Ed O’Brien wants his tavern back. All he has to do is a “little” hacking job for some Gothic gangsters. Ed’s no hacker but it’s not what you know but who, and one of his former patrons is a reformed hacker. All Ed has to do is un-reform him, break into a corrupt pharmaceutical corporation’s computers and get his payoff from the gangsters – a piece of cake!
But what do you do when you sell your soul and find out you’ve been swindled? Can Ed and his drinkin’ buddies best a Gothic gang led by a 400-year old lawyer… and keep Ed’s wife from finding out?

An old fashioned vampire story where the hero isn't the one with fangs.

This is a good quick read with a story that keep you
turning pages until the very end. It's not often I enjoy a vampire book but this one's well worth reading.  It's full of everything you need to keep the story interesting...drama, mystery, paranormal,...it's all there.  I really enjoyed this book & look forward to reading more by this author.

I rate this book 3 1\2 stars

Jennifer W

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