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13 Bullets: A Novel (Laura Caxton Vampire Book 1)
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3 Reddit comments about 13 Bullets: A Novel (Laura Caxton Vampire Book 1):

u/Or0b0ur0s · 5 pointsr/Pennsylvania

13 Bullets, by David Wellington. A modestly interesting vampire story, which happens to be primarily set in central Pennsylvania. Obviously, it was cool to read something set where you live, or at least somewhere you're familiar with.

The two main characters are an FBI agent and a PA State Trooper. At one point, they are passing through eastern-central PA and stop for some reason, at which point the FBI agent gags at the sewage smell as he gets out of her cruiser.

She points out that it comes from mushroom farms and isn't a sewer line break as he suspects. He retorts that mushrooms do not smell like feces, and she informs him that the mushroom fertilizer (cow manure) must be boiled in order to be sterilized for use... and that's what he's smelling. She mentions that you get used to it when you live here.

He incredulously replies "You get used to the smell of boiling shit?!?"

The mushroom industry can burn to the ground for all I care. I'll happily never eat one again if it means I don't ever have to have the experience of my head being shoved into a gas station toilet just for being outdoors under a clear sky... I'd rather see homelessness and poverty go up from the job losses than have to smell 10,000 cows' asses outdoors again, while in a residential neighborhood nowhere near a cattle ranch or dairy farm.

u/Too_many_pets · 2 pointsr/KindLend

I have Flowertown and Confessions of a D-List Super Villain that can be lent. Both were very good. I'm sure there are many others, but it is so hard to search for the lendable titles on Amazon!

EDIT: Adding more lendable SF titles - only adding books that I liked a lot.

The Forever War

The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2011

Bob Moore, No Hero - this is currently free in kindle store

The Way of Kings - Brandon Sanderson


The God Engines

13 Bullets

Agent to the Stars

Old Man's War

u/jabberwock101 · 1 pointr/ebooks

Here are some of my favorites that you may enjoy. Some of these are split genre books (horror/suspense, sci-fi/police procedural, etc.), but they all fit in the general thriller genre, and are all really excellent books available through the Kindle store.