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Poinsettia by Ravyn Karasu
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Poinsettia

by Ravyn Karasu

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"Displaced and melancholy vampire, Gavin MacIntyre has had an emotional attachment to the St. Raphael's Children's Home & Hospital for decades. Every year, the children there recieve personalized poinsettias to show them care and give them hope. So it's quite a shock to Gavin when he learns that not only did the children not recieve their poinsettias, but the hospital is going bankrupt all together. With the help of his loyal servant and a brave little girl, Gavin is exposed to the mysterious intrique of the hospital's missing money. He is determined to find the cause and put a stop to it before the children of St. Raphael's end up with no place to go and no one to care for them. This is surely to be a Christmas that none of them will forget." --from the cover.… (more)

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