23 Heures (Vampire Story, Tome 4) by David Wellington

By David Wellington

Pour avoir enfreint les règles, Laura Caxton, agent spécialisée dans l. a. traque des vampires, se retrouve incarcérée. Sa felony de haute sécurité devient le théâtre d’un huis clos sanglant lorsque des hordes de morts-vivants au carrier de l. a. tristement célèbre Justinia Malvern l’investissent. Celle-ci a pris en otage Clara, l. a. compagne de Laura, venue lui rendre visite. Si Laura ne se rend pas dans les vingt-trois heures, c’est son amie et amante qui sera sacrifiée…

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He said. "I see something," said Marchdale. "By Heaven! " said Chillingworth. " "Yes −− yes. Look, the moonbeams touch him. Now the shadows of the trees gradually recede. God of Heaven! " Henry's eyes were rivetted to that fearful object, and now a scene presented itself which filled them all with wonder and astonishment, mingled with sensations of the greatest awe and alarm. As the moonbeams, in consequence of the luminary rising higher and higher in the heavens, came to touch this figure that lay extended on the rising ground, a perceptible movement took place in it.

Besides, she is not heedless by any means. " "You would have felt your blood freeze with horror. " "I wish to Heaven I had. " "I cannot say," replied Henry. "I am going to sit up to−night with my sister, and, I believe, our friend Mr. " Mr. Chillingworth appeared to be for a few moments lost in thought, and then, suddenly rousing himself, as if he found it either impossible to come to any rational conclusion upon the subject, or had arrived at one which he chose to keep to himself, he said, −− "Well, well, we must leave the matter at present as it stands.

I do not wish to make any new acquaintance, George. We are very poor −− much poorer indeed that the general appearance of this place, which, I fear, we shall soon have to part with, would warrant any one believing. " "Oh, no, not at all. " "Let it be so, Henry. Heaven knows I have no desire to form any new acquaintance with any one, and more particularly under our present circumstances of depression. " "Nay, allow me. " This was an argument which Henry felt himself the force of too strongly not to admit it in the case of George, and he therefore made no further opposition to his wish to make one in the night watch.

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