'If Dan Brown wrote a vampire thriller, this would be it.' Mitch Horowitz on BLOOD OATH
The Ultimate Secret. The Ultimate Agent. Nathaniel Cade returns.
For 140 years, Nathaniel Cade has been the President's Vampire, sworn by a blood oath to protect the President and America from their supernatural enemies. Cade's existence is the most closely guarded of White House secrets: a superhuman covert agent who is the last line of defense against nightmare scenarios that ordinary citizens can only dream of.
When a new outbreak of an ancient evil - one that Cade has seen before - comes to light, he and his human handler, Zach Barrows, must track down its source. To 'protect and serve' often means settling old scores and confronting new betrayals . . . as only a century-old predator can.
Cade is a wonderful creation . . . Slick, fast-moving fun - Guardian on BLOOD OATH
Terrific . . . Cade seems destined to become a hero the world will find hard to forget - Daily Mail on BLOOD OATH
BLOOD OATH is exactly how I like my Presidential thrillers. With vampires. - Brad Meltzer
Witty, exciting, and compulsively readable - John Connolly on BLOOD OATH
Dracula meets West Wing (or even 24) - what is there not to like? - sffworld.com on BLOOD OATH
A political-thriller concept with bite - LA Times on BLOOD OATH
A super cool read . . . Blood Oath is fascinating and entertaining, and adds new blood to the current vampire craze - Bookbitch.com
An irresistible page-turner that makes one realize that, no matter how tough the War on Terror may be, at least it's not the War on Horror . . . unnervingly realistic . . . dazzlingly clever . . . And as an added bonus, readers finally learn the truth behind the failed assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan and that mysterious 18 1/2 -minute gap in the Watergate tapes. - Washington Post
Born and raised in Idaho, Christopher Farnsworth worked as an investigative and business reporter before selling his first screenplay. Since then, he has been coming up with new and better ways to kill monsters, bad guys and aliens. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Jean Roosevelt Farnsworth, and their daughter, Caroline.