"Remember when you could watch a great vampire movie and not only be scared to death but also laugh at the way most of the people became victims? Well here we go again on steroids! The town is over run with pimps and prostitutes until the vampires swoop in. They start by making everyone very afraid. Then they take the town by storm and the laughter begins. The town pimps become empowered and really mad. Not only are the girls afraid to work but the money isn't flowin'. What happens next is a sight to behold and the writing truly brings it all to life. If you like humor with vampires and pimp or just think you might this is certainly the book for you. And don't for get the other novel by James H. Lucas, An Undead Wedding."
"Loved the book! Laughed so hard on some pages that I thought I would wet my pants. Keeps you on the edge of your seat on others. Going to buy his other book!"
Before you buy his other book, what's this one about...
Welcome to Pimptown, home of the largest prostitute population on Earth, where anyone can have a good time, for a price. Now, a "family" of vampires (the ancient and powerful Amon; Portia, with her fondness for the deliciousness of youth; the man-hating Jade and Tristan, the conflicted Mormon) have cast their eyes on Pimptown. Four pimps: Spaceman (in his silver suits and girls named for constellations), Fried Gold (short on stature, big on attitude), Doctor Bigg (old school and classy), and Vanilla Luuv (white boy poser) rise to the challenge to keep their pimp hands strong and kick some bloodsuckin' ass. Also in the mix are Detectives Saurkreem and Chives, two members of Pimptown's ludicrously corrupt police force, who are trying to find who is responsible for the wave of murders in Pimptown, or at least someone who can't afford a good lawyer. All of this comes together in a comedic romp full of blood, sex and Cadillacs. So grab your gators, put on your purple suit, sharpen a stake and get ready to Bitch Slap Evil.
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