The Lawson Vampire Novel series by Jon F. Merz recently reached the 30,000 mark in ebook sales. For his real life role as a middle school art teacher Brandon Stumpf wears a shirt and tie. As Lawson, the cover model for the popular Vampire Novel series, Stumpf dons attire with a tougher edge. This look has won over countless fans.
With this in mind, we take a closer look at The Shepherd: A Lawson Vampire Mission …
Description: A 27,000-word novella that sends Lawson to Pakistan and Afghanistan to hunt down a vampire who guides Taliban fighters back and forth over the border in exchange for young children.
A cynical, wise-cracking vampire charged with protecting the Balance – the secret existence of a race of LIVING vampires that have evolved alongside humanity for thousands of years.
Part-spy, and part-commando – James Bond with fangs. Lawson mixes shrewd cunning with unmatched lethality to get his job done. He tries his best to dismantle conspiracies, dispatch bad guys, and live long enough to get home.
A vampire who has flown under the radar for years, known only through a few grainy surveillance photos. He’s been guiding Taliban fighters back-and-forth over the Pak/Afghan border in exchange for young children he bleeds dry. The Council has had enough and dispatches Lawson to make sure the Shepherd loses his flock once and for all. But Lawson’s never been to this area of the world before, and he soon realizes he’ll have to rely on some new folks if he is to have any chance at all of succeeding in his mission.
You can keep up on the series through the author’s website: Jon F. Merz