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Buried No More. . .

An Italian getaway was just the cure Stephanie Cahill needed to recover from a painful past. But the picture perfect Bella Vista has been hiding dark secrets of its own. Thought to be eternally damned, a long-dormant vampire has been unleashed by an archeological dig--not the kind of research Grant Peterson signed on for. And it seems he's not the only one attracted to Stephanie's dark charms. As the ancient seaside village plunges into terror, the rising body count feels like it's closing in on them, twisting what should have been a dream destination into something deadly and forever. . .

"Heartily entertaining. . .sensational finish." --Publishers Weekly on Realm of Shadows
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