Want to win £500? New paranormal Ordo Lupus prequel is a FREE puzzle with a prize!

Vampire - Find my Grave cover

Vampire – Find my Grave cover

Vampire – Find my Grave

Ordo Lupus III is complete and goes to publishing agents in a few weeks time. While the process of bringing this to publication goes on, I wanted to give fans of the Ordo Lupus series something to keep them going so here it is: Vampire – Find my Grave.

I would like to introduce you to Zosimyache, vampire and one of the new stars in Ordo Lupus III. He begins the tale of John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester in the 1600s, the notorious poet and libertine, who has died and left us a small part of his treasure.

If you download the eBook (currently only FREE on Smashwords but hopefully soon on Amazon) you will have two of the clues to finding it! Solve them and you only have to wait for Ordo Lupus III to solve the mystery and win £500!

Vampire – Find my Grave FREE! on Amazon
Vampire – Find my Grave FREE! on Smashwords
Vampire – Find my Grave FREE! on Google Play

Here is the blurb:

Solve the puzzle and WIN £500!!

John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester, vampire, notorious womaniser and author of erotic poetry, visits Bolsover Castle to take part in an occult ritual, a journey into Hades, the Underworld, to retrieve a great lost treasure in this paranormal thriller.

There is just one problem:

The treasure is guarded by Lilith, succubus and the Great Witch of Hades, and John will have to outwit her twelve times in a struggle of military prowess and bravery, using twelve medieval weapons.

John also has to endure the attentions of twelve beautiful demon women, set by Lilith to trap him, before he can finally reach the mysterious treasure.

He leaves behind him an account of his adventure and only three clues to the location of his grave.

John Wilmot, famous writer of 17th Century erotic poems and subject of the film The Libertine, starring Johnny Depp, makes an intriguing subject for this tale of the occult paranormal.

If you love fun and often racy occult thrillers and want to win £500, have a go at solving the riddle of Vampire – Find my Grave!

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