Novel by Late Wisconsin Author Published by RoseDog Books

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In this tangled family drama, a man murders his father and must leave his wife when he is bitten by a vampire and begins to transform

Fall of the Fold

Fall of the Fold by Liane Kraft has been released by RoseDog Books. The story opens with Duncan Collier as a boy befriending Victor, who is a vampire. Duncan’s hatred of his father subsequently grows, and he falls in love and marries Angelique. After many years of trying, Duncan learns that he is to be a father at the age of thirty-two.

A fight soon breaks out between Duncan and his father over Angelique’s pregnancy. When his mother is injured at the hands of his father, Duncan finds the strength to shove him to his death. While Duncan is running away from the house, his mother tells him that she will watch over Angelique and take care of her. At this time, Victor also bites Duncan, and he slowly begins his transformation into a vampire. He learns that he was not a legitimate birth, that he was in the family by name only, not by blood.

Liane Kraft was born and raised in Chicago, IL. She earned a beautician license and worked primarily out of her home. Highly intelligent and very creative, Liane was a self-taught writer. She wrote mostly short stories and her own personal thoughts. She also spent five years in Oshkosh, WI, where she owned and operated a local Internet store called The Kraft Dragon that sold hard-to-find craft supplies.

Liane passed away of bone cancer in January of 1999. She is survived by her two daughters, Elizabeth Lorraine and Victoria Liane Kraft, and by her three sisters, Eliz, Ethel, and Laura.

Fall of the Fold is a 220-page paperback with a retail price of $20.00. The ISBN is 978-1-4349-9725-8. It was published by RoseDog Books of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information or to request a review copy, please visit our virtual pressroom at or our online bookstore at


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