By Cherie Priest
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The situation is crazy, yes, and bizarre, and difficult to understand. God knows, I’ve spent years trying. I’ve played the game of Why Me? ” This time, when the server came by with a helpful look on her face, he agreed to another glass. I did not. “So you want me to get my hands on these records—your medical records,” I amended. It sounded so strange, a vampire’s medical records. There couldn’t be many of those lying around. “Yes. If Dr. ” “Reasonable. ” I heard a small sizzle in the air. Or I didn’t hear it exactly, but that’s the closest word I can grab for the experience.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Priest, Cherie. Bloodshot / Cherie Priest. p. cm. eISBN: 978-0-345-52061-6 1. Private investigators—Fiction. 2. Vampires—Fiction. 3. Thieves—Fiction. I. Title. 1 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Like most books, Bloodshot wouldn’t have happened without the assistance, time, and input of a small army of exceedingly awesome folks. ) thanks to all of the following: my amazing new editor, Anne Groell, for her outstanding patience and remarkable insight; her assistant, David Pomerico, who has kindly answered many a wacked-out question without complaint; my marvelous agent, Jennifer Jackson, for brokering the whole thing in the first place; and to my husband, Aric, who is probably sick to death of hearing about vampires.
Was it his real name? There was no telling. But he’d signed it properly, although I noted after looking again at the envelope, the signature didn’t match the chicken-scratch scrawl of the address. The signature was large and smooth, and easy to read. My address would’ve been more legible if it’d been composed in pickup sticks. Okay, so he knew where I lived, but he was respecting my space. Apparently. Again I had an irritating flash of nervousness, wondering if he was right outside—or across the street, or downstairs, or hiding in a closet.