Ralph Halse has spent twenty-nine years in law enforcement—municipal, state and federal, where he developed ideas of environmental reform that eventually influenced this novel. A member of the Australian Society of Authors and Queensland Writers Centre he resides on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast with his wife, Cathy.
Immortality and more sex, drugs and promiscuous women than the average virile vampire could handle, the Countess promised.The rich, aristocratic and overtly sensual vampire Countess seductively promised a somewhat naïve Tony Delmonti that his conversion to vampirism would bring him not only youthful immortality, but innumerable women and all the sex and party drugs he could handle, plus more besides. So far, Tony had seen only a glimpse of those promises. Come to think of it, that sex was with the Countess herself and those were her party drugs.