The dark nights of Buffalo are complicated when a woman is found dead behind a goth club. The clues lead to a real vampire coven inside the city. Struggling bike messenger Rex Carlton ends up in the middle of the investigation and is left for dead.
Rex worked in IT, a job he did not care for. Part of the reason was the sales manager, who despised him and made him hate his job. His girlfriend also dumped him, leaving his eccentric neighbor and best friend Neumann the only solace in his miserable life. When he read there was an opening for a bike messenger in Buffalo, he decided that had to be better than what he was doing.
It turns out riding a bike for a living isn’t as easy as he thought. As he second guesses his decision, he ends up tangling with one of the Buffalo vampires who put a target on his back. Will the vampires kill him before the bike does?
This is Book 1 of Rex Carlton Mysteries. Read the backstory and learn more about the characters, then pick up Book 2, Double Rush.
Michael F. Rizzo was born in Buffalo, New York. In the 1990s he produced and wrote a weekly television show, COMX-TV about the busy comic book industry. With his co-host, they interviewed hundreds of comic book creators and attended dozens of conventions.
His first book, Through The Mayors’ Eyes, was finished in 1990 but languished for 15 years. He found self-publishing and released the book in 2005. After releasing several more self-published books, he published four books with The History Press.
Rizzo ran Zippy Delivery, a bike messenger courier business, for seven years, then started The Mob Tours.
In 2013 he and his family moved to the Pacific Northwest. In 2015 Rizzo co-hosted Northwest Brew Talk with his wife. They covered the beer industry in Washington state for two years interviewing dozens of brewery entrepreneurs. That year he released Buffalo Beer, and in 2016 he published Washington Beer.
He is a member of International Thriller Writers.
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