Series: Fiends of the Eastern Front

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Fiends of the Eastern Front 1: Operation Vampyr by David Bishopbook 1
Fiends of the Eastern Front 2: Blood Red Army by David Bishopbook 2
Fiends of the Eastern Front 3: Twilight of the Dead by David Bishopbook 3
Fiends of the Rising Sun by David Bishopbook 4
Fiends of the Eastern Front by David BishopOmnibus

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Series description

A young German soldier during World War II comes to realize that the Romanian soldiers with which the German air and ground forces have united are also vampires. From the Russian front in 1941, the Siege of Leningrad in 1942, to the bloody climax in Berlin, 1945, we see Lord Constanta dictate his vampire cadre to influence the outcome of the war with unholy terror. "Fiends of the Eastern front" mixes the gritty realism of war, rich military detail and alternate history.


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