In Lieu of Light by Wayne Jackson

In Lieu of Light
by Wayne Jackson

Available May 2008

Chantelle and Sabrina Le’Noach are two sisters brought up with unyielding ideas of good and bad, sinful and honorable, moral and immoral as they embark on a journey into unimaginable evil.

In Lieu of Light Volume One begins with Sabrina, Chantelle and their brother Philip living relatively charmed lives as the offspring of a former slave and her master. One night their tranquil lives as protected children are shattered by lusty wanting and racial hatred. As they race to escape their pursuers they find centuries old evil in the night searching for sanctuary. Soon the predators pursuing them become the prey unleashing a furious flash of death; Sabrina is taken, Chantelle is left battered and bruised and their brother lay dying on the riverbank.

In a story that spans centuries, Wayne Jackson weaves a tale of evil seeking redemption as the sisters take different paths in a search for some measure of peace in souls emptied by an unquenchable thirst for blood and power

Debut novelist Wayne Jackson is a native of New York. In Lieu of Light is the first in a series featuring the Le’Noach sisters. For more information visit his website at

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  1. I’ve read this book, and this book had to be one the most orginal, and exciting Vampire books I have read in a long time. Reading this book took me there, with the charactors, and allowed me to see things as they occured. I had a hard time putting the book down. I can’t wait until the next books in the series come out. I loved the excitment, it grabs you and never lets you go.

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