By David L. McAfee
Jerusalem, 33 A.D. The vampires of the period have lengthy sought to achieve a foothold into Israel, however the religion of the neighborhood Jewish inhabitants has held them in fee for hundreds of years.
When one in every of their very own betrays them to stick with an odd younger rabbi from Galilee, the elders of the vampire race dispatch Theron, a 9 hundred 12 months outdated murderer, to kill them both.
The rabbi's identify is Jesus. Killing him might be effortless.
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He would just have to wait. He picked up his bag and noted a great deal more blood on it than before. Theron recalled the sound Claudius's nose made when it cracked and his smile returned. He was glad he’d come this way and run into the two soldiers, after all. On this mission alone he killed a traitor and three humans, four if you count the peasant from whom he’d taken the clothes. It’s been a good night, he thought as he set out once again for the New City. Chapter Three At that same moment, half a city away in an alley between a tailor’s shop and a butcher’s, another meeting was taking place.
Ephraim didn’t answer, but he didn’t need to. In the shadows above, Theron could have answered the question for him. Of course the Council wouldn’t care. The Council never cared. One of their own had betrayed them, and thus he must die. Ephraim would be executed, along with any co-conspirators, be they human or otherwise. Theron’s very existence proved that. After all, why would a forgiving Council need Enforcers? Malachi sighed, his face troubled but resolute. “We must get you out of here, Ephraim.
Was he mad? In retrospect, it seemed possible, but he couldn’t do anything about it now. His elders wanted him dead, and unless he hurried they would get their way. A worn, woolen tunic hung halfway off his bed. I’ll need that, he thought as he reached for it. He couldn’t afford to leave a single piece of clothing behind. He stuffed the tunic into his bag and turned to regard a large chest on the wall opposite the bed. He reached down and flung the lid open, breaking one of the hinges in the process, and started grabbing more clothes.
33 A.D. by David L. McAfee