Return of the Fox

Return of the Fox : Society of Vampires

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Vampires... Gypsies... Werewolves... The Society, under the guidance of Lord Tarkus, provides refuge and sustenance for vampires. The Paris Gypsy clan are allies against their common enemy, the werewolves. My wife and I live under the protection of Lord Tarkus with our adopted daughter. I did my best to rid the Society of a heinous enemy. We believed all was well - until a strange man claims an old title and vampires, gypsies, and villagers begin to disappear. Finally, to save Lord Tarkus and my family, we are forced to flee Europe for my homeland, Australia. But is anywhere truly safe from the return of The Fox?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 150 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 213g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514729679
  • 9781514729670

About Adrian Scott

Adrian received his primary schooling at Gladesville Primary School from 1953 to 1957, having spent two and a half years in hospital with heart problems caused by the Rheumatic Fever. He topped the school for those four years in English, repeatedly taking first prize in a yearly poetry and short-story competition, and began his secondary education at Hunter's Hill High, NSW; in 1958. Stopped by his parents from pursuing Journalism or Commercial Art, he left school at age 15, and held a series of jobs during the next six years, moving from Sydney to Canberra to a small village, Nimmitabel, when he joined the Royal Australian Navy and transferred to the Submarine Service in 1968, spending ten months training with the Royal Navy in Portsmouth, England. He returned to Australia two days before Christmas 1968, married in 1969, and left the navy in early 1970. His first marriage ended in 1975. In 1980, he married his second wife Penny. He undertook university studies at Mitchell College of Advanced Education, gaining an Associate Diploma, majoring in Theatre Arts and Journalism, then a degree in Communications after moving to Queensland in 1984; followed by a Graduate Diploma in Public Relations, and a Masters in Professional Writing. In 1984, he and his wife and three daughters from his second marriage moved to Bundaberg, Queensland. In 2008, after his daughters had left home, he and Penny sold the family home and moved to a retirement village in Caboolture, Queensland, where he cared for his wife until her death in March 2011 from pancreatic cancer. In 2008, he switched from writing short stories in the horror genre, several of which have been published locally, to writing novels. The first ten novels he has written have since been published as ebooks by Renaissance E-Books, California, and he saw the first of his novels published as a paperback by Odyssey Publications, Canberra, in 2011. To date, Adrian has written sixty-one horror novels, and is now working on his sixty-second. He still lives in Caboolture, and maintains close contact with his eldest daughter Larissa, who lives in Bundaberg, and his two younger daughters Sandra, and Tanya, both of whom live in Brisbane. At 65 plus years of age, he sees no end to his career, putting in up to eight hours a day on his novels. He describes himself as 'addicted to writing'. Visit Adrian's website at: http: // And blog with him at: http: // more