Looking for a best-selling vampire book? Best-selling horror novel?
Well, Psalm of Vampires was released in December 2023, so it’s not there yet. But maybe you should be an early adopter before it is. It’s like having a ground-floor opportunity for being able to say, “Hey, I read Psalm of Vampires when it was first released. Before it became a best seller horror novel!” You’ll look great in front of your friends who appreciate a great read!
Do you like a little dark comedy thrown in with your terror? Psalm of Vampires is for you. Do you like mystery novels? Police procedurals? Again, Psalm of Vampires is for you.
Meet Jade Mourning, a slightly neurotic but clever vampire whose line extends to Alexander the Great. Over the centuries, he’s survived vampire hunters, the bubonic plague, and the eccentricities of his friend Moreland (who may or may not be the mother of one of his children).
Jade is a gaming and streaming superstar who oversees a house full of male and female “influencers.” He has occasional flings with some of the influencers that live in his large Atlanta estate. He feeds off others when he needs some quick sustenance. It’s all very convenient for him until his world is shattered by a series of murders. To complicate things, he has suddenly found himself emotionally attached to his human FWB Daphne.
He is less enamored with another human, Atlanta PD’s Detective Standmoore Owens, who has identified Jade as a suspect in the murders. When Jade learns that Owens is a vampire hunter in a world that forgot about vampires a long time ago, they find themselves in a tense alliance as they uncover a larger menace that threatens humans and the world’s few remaining vampires with extinction.
As entire towns get wiped off the map from the emerging threat, Jade and his friends find themselves in Singapore, the home of Jade’s long-lost wife. There, they meet a geneticist and his two brilliant but goofy nephews as they race to understand the attacks and who is behind them.
As the world around him starts to cave in, Jade must also deal with emotions that are stirred up by his human love interest and the possibility that his wife may still be alive.
It’s hard enough to prevent an extinction event. But when you live the wild lifestyle of a vampire influencer who has an almost fatal attraction to humans, it becomes a dark comedy of errors. In the end, it’s Jade’s own humanity that holds the key to the fate of the world.