“The blood brotherhood of vampires,” chapter 10 of Martha’s Children, is now available. “Scratch” Wilson didn’t get to be the leader of the Bronzeville vampires by being stupid or hasty. And he’s no great fan of white cops, even if they are vampire ex-cops. So when Ned lies to Scratch’s people, he sets in motion a confrontation with Scratch that will surprise both of them! If you’re not already reading Martha’s Children, my weekly serial about vampires and cops in 1969 Chicago, you can start here.
Along with posting a link to the newest chapter, I usually write on a related topic in these posts. My topic for this Friday isn’t really connected to Martha’s Children, so I’ll be putting it up as a separate post in the next few hours.