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18th Century

F. D. Gross

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Wolfgang the vampire hunter returns from his latest expedition and finds everything has been taken from him. His wife is dead. His home is burned. And his son is missing. Only the smallest inclination leads him to believe his orphaned servant is somehow responsible


Action,Adventure,Gothic,Horror,Detective,Epic,Fantasy,Mystery,Young Adult,Suspense/Thriller

Short Summary

Wolfgang is a vampire hunter. His son is stolen away by supposed orphaned servant. Wolfgang and his sidekick Kronklich set out on a quest to save his son Dorian. Doesn't take long before everything goes to hell...

After searching through the ancient ruins of the vampire lord Egleaseon, Wolfgang finally finds where Dorian is and tries to save him from the Carnalreesee, a vampire cult of powerful proportions. He fails, the vampire elude Wolfgang, stealing away Dorian again. On to book 2.


The region of Ashton. A fictional place.

Based on a True Story


Plot - Premise

Quest,Overcoming Monster/Villain,Tragedy

Plot - Other Elements

Philosophical Questions,Twist

Mature Audience Themes

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Main Character Details

Name: Tenor Alvadine Wolfgang

Age: 35

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Adventurous,Badass,Aggressive,Confident,Empathetic,Heroic,Leader,Masculine,Blunt,Skillful,Strong Moral Code,Unapologetic

Additional Character Details

Name: James T. Kronklich

Age: 40

Gender: Male

Role: Sidekick

Key Traits: Adventurous,Aspiring,Badass,Charming,Engaging,Heroic,Educated,Honorable,Modest,Obedient,Selfless,Skillful,Funny,Sophisticated

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Development Pitch

This story is definitely seen as a movie on Netflix or Amazon or even movie theaters (Readers have approached me to tell me so on numerous occasions.) This is fantasy gothic horror at its finest. The details and descriptions of places Tenor Wolfgang goes is enormous and fast paced. He starts from point A and ends up at point B by the end of the story. Dark Forests, carriage chases, ancient ruins full of monsters. The scene changes are beautiful, abundant, and frequent. The book is narrated in first person, which was designed to give a the reader an up close and personal view of a vampire hunters peril and quest. The audience gets to see Tenor's conflicting thoughts throughout the entire story. Wolfgang is a cross breed between different films. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1st person journalistic approach), Van Hellsing with Hugh Jackman (Action and monsters), Sherlock Holmes (Wolfgang and Kronklich, holmes and Watson relationship, mystery solving) and Hunger Games (first person narrative with survival elements the entire time). My wife sees Charlie Hunnam casted as Wolfgang (protagonist) and Luke Evans casted as Kronklich (sidekick) and Jeremy Irons casted as Egleaseon (Vampire lord Antagonist). And finally, there are a couple of twists in the story that will make the viewer have that "ah-ha" moment. This story is ready to go. Written in a format where it could be viewed as a movie and script. Wolfgang is a trilogy, and will have sequels or multiple seasons.

About The Author

F. D. Gross is the creator and writer of The Wolfgang Trilogy series, Wolfgang and Inquisition, and is currently working on his third book. Frank is a writer of many things and resides in South Florida with his wife, daughter, and three cats. A new legend in vampire hunting begins!

Target Audiences

Age: 13-17,18-34,35-54,55+

Target Gender: Universal

Group Specific

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Publishing Details

Status: Yes: self-published

Publisher: Frank D. Gross

Year Published: 2016

Hard Copy Available