C.R.A.V.E.S.: The Chupacabra Book

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A new book written by author J.M. Robinson, puts a whole new spin on the legendary Latino blood-sucking creature, the Chupacabra.

Reading like a story right out of Raiders of the Lost Ark, C.R.A.V.E.S., a new book by author J.M. Robinson gives the legend of the blood-sucking creature, the Chupacabra, a brand new spin.

Imagine what would happen if a blood sucking reptilian creature that once preyed solely on animals suddenly began to crave human blood. With an amazing ability to clone itself, the Chupacabra in Robinson’s book is interested in more than just blood, it wants human DNA.

Genetics' professor Arlin Marques, the main character in the book, is suddenly thrown into this Chupacabra chaos after his childhood friend is attacked in Mexico while researching ancient Mayan Codices, also known as the books of the Apocalypse. Arlin finds himself in his old hometown of Canovanas, Puerto Rico with one of his sexy students, Katana Richards when things get a bit hot and heavy in one of the region's caverns.

“I wrote this book originally as a screen play because I was so fascinated by this creature that I wanted to see something about it on the big screen,” said author, J.M. Robinson. “I am a fan of Steven Spielberg's movies. You will see some of Spielberg’s influence throughout the book.”

C.R.A.V.E.S. : Cloned Reptilian Alien Vampire Engineered Species is a fictional story based on real-life accounts. There are parts of the story that will give you a fright, yet will keep you coming back for more. There is even a surprise ending to this book and hidden secrets.

For more information about the book C.R.A.V.E.S. go to the Publish America website on the Internet at http://www.publishamerica.com/shopping/shopdisplayproducts.asp?catalogid=4759

For more information and photos of the Chupacabra, go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CHUPACABRAS/

Photos of book cover and illustration of the Chupacabra (jpegs) attached.

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