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The Mouth of The Gods | Vampire Queen Saga Trilogy, Book 3

Kingdom man-at-arms Owen Toscovar and Lady Danika Dain have joined forces with pirate chieftain Fioni Ice-Bound to destroy the Vampire Queen Serina Greywynne and stop her undead army from destroying all they love.

They set sail on a perilous voyage to a mysterious island, long-believed to have once been the home of the gods themselves. There, they must find and destroy Serina’s magically removed heart. But Serina, always just one step behind, has pledged to consume Danika’s blood and end her family’s line for all time. Now, Owen and the others must brave monster-filled seas, ship-killing storms, and foes both mortal and undead in their race to find Serina’s heart. But they have yet to face their greatest challenge—the fabled Mouth of the Gods and an evil even older than Serina.

Intended for a mature audience, The Mouth of the Gods is the third and final book in the Vampire Queen Saga, a dark, gritty tale of sword-swinging action, blood-curdling horror, and selfless duty in the face of unspeakable evil.


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William Stacey, Author of Dark Fantasy Tales for Mature Audiences

The short bio is that William Stacey is a combat nerd who lives to tell stories.

The slightly longer version is that he was born on Vancouver Island, British Columbia in 1964, spent his early years in Montreal (although his French is really rather sad), and then moved back west to Vancouver, where for some inexplicable reason he thought that the best way to win at life was to drop out of high school and join the army. (It really wasn't 'the best way to win at life,' but try telling that to a 17-year-old who knows everything.)

Off to the army William went. After basic training in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, and communications training in Kingston, Ontario, the army decided that a little bit of alone time would be best, and posted him to the isolated little village of Masset on the Queen Charlotte Islands (now, Haida Qwai). The Queen Charlotte islands were beautiful, but for some reason William wanted to live somewhere else (maybe somewhere where there were people... okay, single women), and two years later was posted to Bermuda (I know, experiences vary in the army).

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