Vampire Plagues Series - Epidemic

Epidemic

From the book "Christmas comes to a devastating end for Jack, Ben and Emily when they discover that Ben is infected by the lampir plague. But when they race to Poland to find a doctor who is rumoured to have developed an antidote, they find it in the grip of a lampir epidemic of monstrous proportions. From the city of Warsaw to the snowy forests and villages, the country is swarming with the undead… and this time there seems to be no cure."

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