Meet Member P.K Allen, author of Vampire Poison

P.K. Allen

Meet Member P.K Allen, author of Vampire Poison

by Apr 6, 2017Member Updates

P.K. Allen

P.K. Allen

He?s a gun-for-hire, willing to write anything and everything, and believes in perpetual evolution.

P.K. has published 8 books since 2014. He has written vampire thrillers, a 3-book series of horror short stories (?Quick reads for a fast world?), and has 2 brand new novels on the launch-pad for 2017. ?My best work yet,? he beams like a proud father. ?Action-adventure with humor, tons of crazy, and elements of the supernatural.?

He believes in evolution; perpetual learning and growth as a writer. He?d love to try science fiction and mystery, if the right idea comes, even TV and film, and dreams of a mad weekend spent partying and collaborating with other writers, much like Lord Byron, Polidori, and the Shelleys at the Villa Diodati in the summer of 1816.

Vampire Poison by P. K. Allen

The original vampire epic that started it all.

Hidden away high in the Alps stands a dark and ancient castle. It is a remote way station where supernatural beings on the run come for refuge. Some stay for a single night, others for longer. They always move on, and their secrets move on with them.

But with the arrival of a legendary vampire assassin everything is about to change. For hot on her heels, looming through the howling storm-tossed nights, comes an abomination. The obsessive former master who will stop at nothing to reclaim her.

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