BOOK REVIEW: VAMPYRES OF HOLLYWOOD
This is a "who done it" novel with an extra special interest. The main character is a vampire in disguise so to speak. Her name is Oosanna Moore. She is a Hollywood producer, horror film actress, vampire under secret wraps, and a lady about town.
Her claim that she has lived several hundred years in succession is fascinating. Oosanna claims to have known Katherine the Great, ruler of Russia, and this famous Russian diva of the Royal House of Russia had taught our vampire to acquire and manage personal real estate.
Oosana has a companion by the name of Maral McKenzie. This woman is her secretary, her hand maiden. There is mention of many great Hollywood names including those in the acting world of many decades ago. Seems the plot calls for a lot of people dying, all over the place.
Oosanna befriends a cop, Peter King. Together they create a lot of raised eyebrows plus some common garden variety of dilemmas. The reviewer feels that the hair raising stories similar to the exploits of Count Dracula, belong to another century, a geographical location which for the most part no longer exists. In our current cyberspace era this novel is a bit flat, does not generate enough excitement, nor hold one's attention. For this reason I do not recommend this novel.
REVIEWED BY GUNTA KRASTS VOUTYRAS
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