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Benjamin Hall has a deadly secret—one that threatens his very life.

After returning to his childhood home of Minneapolis, Benjamin comes face-to-face with his worst nightmare; the sinister entity lurking inside his head. Multiple-Personality Disorder? Or possession by a fallen angel? Only one thing is for certain; his other side has plans for the body they share. Plans that involve Benjamin waking up hours later with blood on his hands.

Meanwhile, bodies are turning up drained of blood with two distinct wounds on the neck. As the death toll rises, Benjamin has to wonder—is he the Twin-City Vampire?

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Meet Benjamin

Benjamin Hall is the main character of Tale of the Twin-City Vampires.

Benjamin has always had a run of bad luck. As a teenager he had his fair share of broken relationships, lost jobs, and social awkwardness. He didn’t have many friends, but he did have a dream; Benjamin wanted to be a private investigator.

He had another dream as well, and that was to be anywhere but the Twin-Cities. Benjamin spent his entire childhood in Minneapolis and St. Paul, and hated it. He couldn’t say exactly what it was about these cities that got to him. Maybe it was the constant traffic. The hurried attitude of the people. Or something far harder to define. But before long he found himself looking for any opportunity to move far, far away.

Benjamin’s Broken Career, and his return to the Twin-Cities As soon as he turned 18, Benjamin moved from the big city to a small town many miles away. For the first time, he felt free; the anxiety that filled him within Minneapolis and St. Paul was lifted, and Benjamin could begin his life at last.

Unfortunately, it wouldn’t last.

Benjamin spent years trying to make a name for himself. As much as he pursued his career as a private investigator, his youth and lack of experience held him back. Not to mention his irresponsible nature caused him to jump from low paying job to job. Before he knew it, Benjamin was stuck; he lost his current job, and didn’t have the money to pay rent on his tiny apartment.

That’s when the Twin-Cities pulled him back.

An old friend gave him a call, and offered him a job as a PI back in Minneapolis. His parents even offered his late grandfather’s home to him.

Benjamin had a job and a house waiting. All he had to do was return to the cities he despised. He didn’t like it, but the alternative was to be broke and homeless. So he packed his things, and returned to the Twin-Cities.

It was only for a couple years, after all. How bad could it be?

But Benjamin has a secret. Something hidden within him. It’s a secret so dark, it could ruin his career—if not his life—if it came out. That secret has been sitting, waiting, until his return to the Twin-Cities.

Now that he’s back, Benjamin’s secret is on the hunt.

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"Ever since I can remember,
some thing has been inside me."

 

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Who is Azazel?

Ever since Benjamin could remember, some presence has been inside him.

In his preteen years, it was more of a feeling; that eerie sense that someone is watching you at all times. As Benjamin got older, this “someone” got stronger and more defined. It spoke to Benjamin, whispering to him every time his friends lied and his parents were ashamed.

The worst part was, this voice was seldom wrong. It saw people at their worst, and forced Benjamin to see it as well. Because of this, Benjamin had a hard time keeping friends. It was difficult to like someone with a voice telling you what they really thought.

Eventually, this voice gave itself a name—Azazel.

Benjamin never heard the name before, but immediately looked into it once the voice identified itself. He discovered the name was from the Book of Enoch, one of the ancient Dead Sea Scrolls. But Benjamin had never even read the Bible properly, nonetheless some unorthodox gospel.

Which meant Azazel knew things Benjamin didn’t.

Benjamin found a copy of the Book of Enoch, and discovered the passage which referred to Azazel. It was the name of a Fallen Angel. This is what the Book said about his dark side’s namesake.

Enoch 8:1

"And Azazel taught men to make swords and knives and shields and breastplates; and made known to them the metals [of the earth] and the art of working them; and bracelets and ornaments; and the use of antimony and the beautifying of the eyelids; and all kinds of costly stones and all colouring tinctures. And there arose much godlessness, and they committed fornication, and they were led astray and became corrupt in all their ways."

That’s who this voice associated with. Azazel, a rebel angel who taught warfare and corruption to mankind.

Azazel in the Present

Azazel plagued Benjamin throughout his teen years. But as soon as he moved away from the Twin-Cities, his split-personality went quiet. Azazel only made himself known a handful of times in the years Benjamin was away from home.

That was the other reason Benjamin didn’t want to come back; he didn’t want Azazel to return as well.

Unfortunately for Benjamin, that’s exactly what happened.

Azazel is back, and worse than ever. Benjamin begins to blackout, and wake up hours later with no knowledge of what he (or Azazel) were up to.

Worse still, a string of murders begin as soon as Benjamin moves back. A monster is on the prowl, killing people silently in the night with two distinct puncture wounds to the neck. The media is calling it the Twin-City Vampire, due to rumors that the killer drinks the blood of his victims.

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A Message from Edison:

Tale of the Twin-City Vampires is—to me—a life changing book. Writing it has shown me my own inner demons, and has created unforgettable characters in a deeply psychological story. Once finished, I read through the final manuscript—and shocked myself. Somehow, I created a story that was both meaningful and dark.

I’ll never forget writing Tale of the Twin-City Vampires, and I doubt you will ever forget reading it. I encourage you to pre-order yours now—but I wouldn’t suggest reading it with the lights off.

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"Tale of the Twin-City Vampires" is the darkest volume to date in the ongoing series "The Enoc Tales." (Technically, this is the 2nd book in the series, but Crux has also written a number of shorter stories that tie in with the novels.) Like its predecessors, this is a fast, fun read, and it contains some interesting twists in the storyline and character development.
I'm already looking forward to the next stories!
Jack V. Johnson

 

Wow what a great book this was! I'm a huge fan of all the books by Edison T Crux, and have enjoyed reading each of them... but this one took me to a new level of his writing! Clearly the darkest of his novels to date, but that's fine with me, I admit I love to be taken to a place that's far from my everyday life in a book. I've always been intrigued by vampires, so I knew I'd like that part, but the thing that I really enjoyed about THIS book, is that it was full of the unexpected. Things weren't always as they seemed, and I really liked that. I love it how it gave me those "What the heck...?" moments that are so fun to have, the kind that make you feel like you can't put it down just yet. So many times I'd say "just one more chapter..." but at the end of that chapter I just couldn't stop there! I had to find out what happened next! Very exciting book!
I loved the main character, Benjamin, and really felt for him. Edison did a wonderful job of taking us on his journey, through all it's twists and turns. All in all I really enjoyed it! I would definitely recommend this book!
Camille

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A short story prequel to Twin-City Vampires, Tale of the Rogue Angel stars a teenaged Benjamin Hall as he struggles with the insanity growing within him, and the horror as his darkest fear gives itself a name; Azazel.

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As I was reading this book I felt like I was there with the characters. What a wonderfully written story. I would highly recommend this book for anyone who would like a great book and hard to put down book.
Karen
I really enjoyed reading this book. The characters are so colorful, I feel like I might meet them on the street tomorrow. The author takes you into their lives and also introduces you to another realm you may not have fully thought about in the past. It's not just good vs evil, it is humankind vs fear. There is only one way to win this battle..... You won't be able to put this book down!
Kat Collector
This is an amazing book! I couldn't put it down and read it cover-to-cover the day I got it. I would definetly suggest it to anyone looking for a good book to read i your free time.
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So, what are you waiting for?

This second book in the Enoc Tales is high paced, intense, and full of surprises.

Read it yourself, and share it with a friend. It's just that good.

 

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