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INDIAN LAKE, NY, May 12, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Pete Klein breaks new ground in the popular but much over copied horror genre - the vampire novel - with his new novel, "The Dancing Valkyrie" ISBN-10: 1440432198/ISBN-13: 978-1440432194.
The novel,"The Dancing Valkyrie", is the story of a young woman who is a librarian by day and who works nights as an erotic dancer at a topless club in Schenectady, NY. Mary, aka Erica, becomes a vampire while on a hike in the wilds of the Adirondacks. The novel follows her rapid acclimation into being what she was born to be - a vampire with a lust for both blood and sex, and draws to a conclusion when she meets with a vampire who lives to kill other vampires - and whose name is Van Helsing.
The novel is listed in Books in Print, Ingram's database in the US; and Bertrams & Gardners, Nielsons Bookdata in the UK and is already available for traditional book stores and online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and at other popular online sources from Japan, the US and Canada, and the UK, France and Germany.
Klein says, "When I found Anne Rice and her vampire novels, I felt someone was finally seeing beyond the cliches that had developed over the years. But I still was not fully satisfied. I felt that if there were vampires - for real - they could not possibly be demons. They would have to be of flesh and blood. They would have to be a unique creature, created by God but not yet captured or studied by humans."
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Pete Klein was born in Detroit, Mich. but has been living in the Adirondacks for the past 23 years. He is married with three children and two granddaughters. Klein has been a reporter for the Hamilton County News for the past 10 years.
MEDIA CONTACT: Pete Klein: email at - email@example.com, write to: Peter Klein, 58 Chamberlain Rd., Indian Lake, NY, 12842
Pete Klein is a reporter and author of vampire fiction and Adirondack hiking guides. Call him at 518-648-0104 or visit http://www.petekleinvampires.com/ for more information.
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