By Stephen R. George
A FEVER IN THE BLOOD
The origin of the virus was unknown. The first symptom was a pang of unbearable sensitivity to light, followed by pain shooting through the hip. Then came fever. And finally, the hunger for blood. Uncontrollable, insatiable, it drove the infected to hunt … to strike … to feed. Now, Sondra could feel the heat within her, rising violently. And she was consumed with bloodlust as never before.
A VIRUS IN THE SOUL
Michael Smith came to the small Minnesota town to build a new life … and to fight to contain the virus that raged within him. But then the bodies were discovered. Bodies of young men, shredded and disgorged. And Michael knew he was not alone. He knew who had followed him. And what she wanted. And the very thought of the blood taste made him drool … with hunger.