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Pro Se Productions gladly commits The First Synn: The Bloodstone Confidential, the first of a new series of supernatural pulp thrillers by noted award-winning author Teel James Glenn. Complete with chills and thrills harkening back to the classic pulps, The First Synn introduces the first sibling duo in pulp history, ready to take on whatever horror flies their way!

Years ago Gideon Synn tried to save Faith Bloodstone from a deadly family curse in upstate New York. He failed and Faith died at the hands of a mysterious blood-drinking fiend. Synn ran from his failure and became a world traveler, joining the French Foreign Legion and eventually becoming a mercenary in China. Now, years later, he has opened a security firm with his sister Kathy. Charity Bloodstone, Faith's younger sister, comes to him for help against the same curse - the supposed vampire ghost of her ancestor, Justice Bloodstone!

According to legend, Charity has only one week to live! Several people have been killed by what appears to be the undead Justice in ways that suggest a supernatural cause. The Synn siblings are drawn into a whirlwind of terror and evil as the mystery of the vampire murders comes closer and closer to fulfilling the curse. Has Gideon found love with Charity only to lose her to dark forces? Who are the armed thugs that have attacked the siblings? Can Kathy Synn keep her brother out of trouble long enough to solve the mystery of the Bloodstone Confidential?

©2013 Teel James Glenn (P)2016

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  • 17-05-19

Fun book, terrible narrator

How can a professional narrator not be able to pronounce the words he's reading? For example, he obviously didn't know that "bow" can be pronounced two different ways leading him to refer to woman's "cupid bow" mouth as though it was the front end of a boat. Other than the narrator, the book was a fun tribute to the glory days of the pulps.