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Searching for Sin

She called herself Sin, and by all accounts lived up to the name. Some called her a witch, some called her a vampire, some claimed she was simply an urban legend.

The few witnesses who survived an encounter with Sin described her in vague terms—blood-red lips, pale skin, mesmerizing eyes, and a body that could bring a man to his knees. Only one thing was certain. Wherever Sin went, death followed.

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L. B. Milano

L.B. Milano is the pen name of Linda Bleser, author of several award-winning novels in multiple genres. She is the proud recipient of several EPPIE Awards, Dream Real Awards, the Dorothy Parker Reviewers Choice award, and received a top ten placement in the Preditor and Editors poll.

Linda resides in upstate New York with her husband of over thirty years, where she currently splits her time between writing, remodeling and starting a new diet each and every Monday.

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She called herself Sin, and by all accounts lived up to the name. Some called her a witch, some called her a vampire, some claimed she was simply an urban legend.

The few witnesses who survived an encounter with Sin described her in vague terms—blood-red lips, pale skin, mesmerizing eyes, and a body that could bring a man to his knees. Only one thing was certain. Wherever Sin went, death followed.

I’ve been searching for Sin most of my life, following her trail through the seedy alleyways of New York, over the Rocky Mountains, and across the wide-open plains of Montana. All I’ve found so far is the death and destruction she leaves behind.

I’m beginning to think that she’s playing with me, leaving a trail of clues like bread crumbs scattered through the forest. Oh, she knows I’m searching for her. And she knows I won’t stop until one of us is dead. I’m hoping it’s her.

I guess it’s only natural that my search would end here in Las Vegas—Sin City. I know she’s here. I’ve seen the clues—reports of a guest who took a high dive from the top floor of the Luxor, the high stakes gambler found face down in the fountains of the Bellagio, and the thrill seeker flung from the Stratosphere’s 100-foot roller coaster. All were men and all were found without a drop of blood left in their body.