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Aunt Dimity: Vampire Hunter - Nancy Atherton
Aunt Dimity: Vampire Hunter
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Lori Shepherd’s life in England couldn't be more tranquil or more satisfying — except for one thing. Her five-year-old twins have started school, and Lori fears they'’ll catch everything from the flu to fleas. What they do come home with, however, is worse: a report of a pale, cloaked figure with... show more
Lori Shepherd’s life in England couldn't be more tranquil or more satisfying — except for one thing. Her five-year-old twins have started school, and Lori fears they'’ll catch everything from the flu to fleas. What they do come home with, however, is worse: a report of a pale, cloaked figure with bloodstained lips lurking in the woods.

Lori is skeptical at first but soon grows concerned enough to consult with her late (but not entirely departed) Aunt Dimity and her dear friend Kit Smith. The vampire-hunting trail leads to Leo, a charismatic vagabond who just returned to England after a self-imposed exile, a bitter old crone named Lizzie Black, and finally to Aldercot Hall, where a mysterious murder took place forty years ago. With Kit and Aunt Dimity’s help, Lori uncovers the secret that will shock everyone — including herself — about the true identity of the twins’ vampire.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780670018543 (0670018546)
Publisher: Viking Adult
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
Series: Aunt Dimity Mystery (#13)
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altheaann
altheaann rated it
A very cozy mystery. I picked this up because I'd read one other in this series and enjoyed it, but I wasn't as thrilled with this one.In this episode, the main character, whose son has just started school, is worried and stressed about having her kid away from her. Based on stories that get back to...
The Welsh Bookworm
The Welsh Bookworm rated it
4.0
Just what I needed to continue my "vacation" from the classics - requiring no brain cells, yet pleasantly cozy. Not as good as the earliest books in the series, but I still like them. Aunt Dimity has become an interested observer rather than an active participant. Once again Lori has let her imagina...
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