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Bloody Acquisitions The third book in Drew s outrageously adventurous and satirical series, including THE UTTERLY UNINTERESTING AND UNADVENTUROUS TALES OF FRED, THE VAMPIRE ACCOUNTANT Bookand UNDEATH TAXES Book With a thriving parahuman accounting practice, a steady relationship, and a circle of trusted friends, Fred s undead life has become enjoyable than his normal one ever was Unfortunately, it also seems that he s no longer the only vampire to appreciate the up and coming city of Winslow, Colorado A new clan of vampires is moving in, and they aren t well known for tolerating outsiders in their territoryNow, Fred must cope with the growing presence and threat of other vampires even as he struggles to keep up with his business s demands and make time for his friends Between hidden parahuman towns, crazed vampire hunters, quarreling mages, and the world s least subtle spy, it will take all of Fred s wiles just to keep his head above water And as the new clan sinks their fangs deeper and deeper into his city, the undead accountant is faced with a choice between two equally unappealing options flee his home, or stand against an entire clan of fellow vampires

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10 thoughts on “Bloody Acquisitions

  1. says:

    The best Fred yet The plotting and writing have grown in fluidity since the first volume, which is a pleasure to behold I give this five stars, not because it s the world s greatest literature, but because it is so much fun, and sometimes fun is what you need It s also hopeful, because Fred is all about playing fair, and being

  2. says:

    I confess myself surprised This being the third foray into this world Drew Hayes could ve just cruised on autopilot and I m sure I would ve been suitably entertained, however he chooses to go deeper This installment explores the widening or deepening of Fred s character who is he when it matters what is it to really be brave the natur

  3. says:

    4 StarsReview This was yet another sweet, light, funny, enjoyable audiobook in the Fred series It s getting harder for me to review them though since I ve liked the same things every time Fred is definitely a unique, atypical sort of vampire, but that s what makes him so likeable The found family aspect is great too I also thought it was nea

  4. says:

    The continuing adventures of Fred the Vampire Accountant are anything but uninteresting Fred now has to deal with the fact that a vampire clan has moved into his hometown and are dead set on recruiting him Fred has difficulty with the idea of being forced to answer to be a bunch of preening sociopaths and looks for a loophole to get him out He also

  5. says:

    My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at Once again, we are back in the world of Fred, the Vampire Accountant This series continues to be a lot of fun as Fred and his gang of friends go through his utterly interesting and adventurous tales In this series, each book has five shorter stories that all come together to te

  6. says:

    The adventures of Fred and his friends are just gettinginteresting as we move along Alos like that his group of friends is going.Highly recommend this series to people who like short adventures set in the paranormal urban fantasy setting.

  7. says:

    WowI didn t think it could get better after reading the first 2 of this series, but drew has done it again He has written a book that no matter how hard I tried I could not put it down, every page begging to be turned Drew has created a slew of characters everybody can relate to It is thrilling and laugh out loud funny I hope there is another book to come.

  8. says:

    Book three and it s still freaking awesome I love this series so so much

  9. says:

    I love Fred Now for book4

  10. says:

    This has definitely been my favorite Fred, the Vampire Accountant yet, and I really hope Drew Hayes keeps writing them In a way, the series has supplanted the Dresden Files in my heart words I never thought I d speak The two series are similar in that their first person narratives with a mixture of action and humor where the main character assembles an unlikely crew of supernatural allies

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