The Vampires of Africa

by Herb Cunningham



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/17/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 174
ISBN : 9781466973602
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 174
ISBN : 9781466973626

About the Book

More than ten thousand years ago, a race called the Bitalo conquered the continent of Africa. They were something like vampires, something like African vampires. There is a quite a bit of sunshine in Africa. Do you know what that means? It means that the African vampires do not fear the sun. It means that the sun cannot save you from an African vampire.

There are African vampires in the United States. They came to this country during the slave trade. Most of them look like ordinary African American people, but there are Bitalos in every race. African vampires do not like blood that much. To them it is like milk—good for their health. Some call them cannibal vampires or ghoul vampires because their main food is people. They like their food prepared in many ways—fried, baked, barbequed, and ground like hamburgers.

There are quite a few African vampires in the United States. Now they are planning to take over the United States. Somebody has got to stop them. John Irungu has killed quite a few Bitalos, but he is a very old man now, and he is becoming senile. Also, there would seem to be very few Irungu Knights left.

But John Irungu has a much younger friend named John David Hunter, also known as the Preacher. The preacher just might be a natural-born Irungu Knight. He just might be the Chosen One. Bitalo prophecy warns them of the coming of a man who could destroy them. He would be a descendant of Curtis Jore, the man of war, the man who destroyed their ancient vampire. Could this preacher be the Chosen One?

About the Author

Born on July 4, 1943, in Earlington, Kentucky. Parents, Herbert Cunningham Sr. and Elsie Cunningham. Education: Gary Community School System; Indiana University, Gary and Bloomington; Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, Indiana Master’s degree in education, also worked in Pre-Medicine University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urban–Champaign, Illinois. Employment: Twenty-six miserable years teaching asshole students in the Gary, Indiana, school system.