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Summer, 1976. Jesse and his mentally-challenged brother, Edgar, are on the road in search of victims. The brothers are rovers, nearly indestructible nocturnal beings who must consume human blood in order to survive. For seventy years they’ve lurked on the fringes of society, roaming from town to town, dingy motel to dingy motel, stalking the transients, addicts, and prostitutes they feed on.

This hard-boiled supernatural thriller kicks off when the brothers encounter a young woman who disrupts their grim routine, forcing Jesse to confront his past and plunging his present into deadly chaos as he finds himself scrambling to save her life. The story plays out through the eyes of the brothers, a grieving father searching for his son’s murderer, and a violent gang of rover bikers, coming to a shattering conclusion in Las Vegas on the eve of America’s bicentennial.

Gripping, vivid, and bloodthirsty, Rovers demonstrates once again why Richard Lange is “a force of his own, the high standard for crime fiction” (Benjamin Percy on Angel Baby).