La Vida Vampire

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Abstract

Francesca “Cesca” Maninelli, a vampire who was born and buried in the 19th century under a Victorian home, is alive and well and conducting ghost tours in the historic St. Augustine. However, when one of the tourists on her tour dies, she becomes the lead suspect. While Cesca attempts to navigate her new 21st century life with the help of her “fairy godmother,” she looks for romance, picks up surfing, and does her best to avoid the gang of vampire hunters that are close behind her.

Local locations visited or mentioned in the text include St. George Street, Mill Top Tavern, Huguenot Cemetery, Harry's Restaurant, Scarlett O'Hara's (went out of business in 2022), Flagler College, and Castillo de San Marcos.

Identifier

PS3608 .A275 V53 2008

Access Rights

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Title

La Vida Vampire

Publisher

New York: Berkley Books

Date

Format

Paperback book

Language

English

Audience

Subject

Fantasy or Paranormal
Mystery or Thriller
Romance

Coverage

Contemporary, Adult

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Bibliographic Citation

Haddock, Nancy. La Vida Vampire. New York: Berkley Book, 2008.

Citation

Nancy Haddock, “La Vida Vampire,” St. Augustine Fiction, accessed July 13, 2024, https://staugustinefiction.omeka.net/items/show/57.

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