Pursuit of Darkness: The House Sarkoczy Series - Nancy Chandler & Kasey Hill
Pursuit of Darkness is proof that modern-day vampires do not hold to the legacy that Hollywood has taught us to expect. This novel is based on the routines of the aristocratic family Sarkoczy who’s dark secrets run deep and are ever-intertwining. Set in New Orleans, this coven is led by the handsome, charismatic Ferguson Sarkoczy, funded by his absentee sire, Lord Joszef, his estranged wife, Marguerite, and live-in mistress Stephania VanDevere. All is status quo until three sisters of the Old World Clan Karpati: Erzabeta, Kaszarina, and Annaneta hit the doors of his mansion turning his world upside down.
The Crescent City is the supernatural capital for vampires, voodoo, and paranormal history, however, this particular group of vampyri are renown for living lavishly and entertaining on a grand scale. The Sarkoczys are jet-setters and entrepreneurs, owning vast enterprises internationally. Maintaining this excessive lifestyle requires constant supervision; forging alliances and dissolving partnerships is how the unconventional game is played in their extraordinary world. Some things never change. They come alive at night, drink blood, make love, and of course, where vampires tread, there's always excitement, drama, and the element of surprise.
Inspired by 1980s primetime soap operas Dynasty, Falcon Crest, Knotts Landing, and Dallas which kept America guessing "who did it?" Pursuit of Darkness follows in those footsteps. Nothing is what it seems, the characters are not who you thought they were, and the predictable is the most unlikely outcome.
This is not your mom and dad's vampire novel!
- File Size: 2727 KB
- Series: The House Sarkoczy Series
- Paperback: 298 pages
- Publisher: Azoth Khem Publishing; 1 edition (February 15, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 194598743X
- ISBN-13: 978-1945987434
Nancy Chandler was born in 1962 and lived the life of dreamers. Truly a gypsy at heart, she is an individual who has always gravitated to stars, moons, and crystal balls before she even knew their full esoteric meaning. While on the road during her touring days with Delinquent Records USA, Nancy came up with the concept of her book, Christian Wicca: The Trinitarian Tradition. Taking on a young writer with limitless creativity to expand her teachings, now successful Kasey Hill, she hopes to reach out to everyone with Trinitarian Wicca. They are currently working in the follow up to Christian Wicca; it’s in the stars for “The Hidden Mysteries of the Goddess,” the lunar edition for Trinitarian Wicca. As co-owner of Azoth Khem Publishing, Nancy and Kasey initiated the company with plans of releasing a vampire fiction series, The House Sarkoczy series.
Kasey Hill has lived in Franklin County, VA for most of her adult life. Spending two years in journalism in high school, and a few articles published in the Franklin News-Post, she built much of her young adult life around reading and writing. After being from the craft for a few years, she decided to get back into the creative writing flow. She has three novels published, Wastelands of Oz, Firefly of Immortality, and The Darkness in the Woods, and many more stories circulating for anthologies as she pushes her passions forth into the writing community. Having published three poetry books, Dreams of Broken Soul, Tiptoe through the Tulips, and Bittersweet Symphony an upcoming poetry book release, and a nonfiction book about Wicca, she began her path of becoming an established author. Now, along with her writing career and as the former owner and CEO of Jaded Books Publishing, an independent small press specializing in horror, she has merged her former company and sister company, Azoth Khem Publishing. Now she is Vice President of Azoth Khem Publishing and acquisitions editor of horror and erotica.