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Shadowed Demise

In the foreground, a woman’s shapely legs in stockings and red and black high heels. A man in the distance walks up a flight of stairs. Maryanne M. Wells. Shadowed Demise. Undead Bar Association 2.

As summer begins, law student Maryanne flees to Dallas, Texas. She desperately wants to escape the memories of her first year in law school. Final exams were bad enough, but why did there have to be zombies and vampires?

Maryanne hopes she'll be safe working in a big city law firm, but the supernatural is a force she can’t outrun. Vampires are waiting for her in Dallas. There's something they want Maryanne to find.

Between the bright city lights, steamy jazz and soaring glass towers, a dark mystery waits. It’s lingered for decades, ever since President John F. Kennedy was murdered on a Dallas street. There’s an object at the center of the mystery, and the vampires want that object now.

Maryanne could get the object for them … or she could solve the mystery herself and stop the vampires taking over the city. She might even find a way - dare she hope - to get a little revenge.

As Book 2 of the Undead Bar Association series, Shadowed Demise fills the space between parts 1 and 2 of Book 1 - Matriculated Death, answering readers' burning questions about that fatal summer in Dallas.

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