Blood Moon sounds like a book about vampires. Actually it is not. It's about a killing spree by Russian criminals who sell body parts of kidnapped orphans. It's a good business, the trade in human flesh, a body of a child worth about $75,000 in the market place.
Who is buying? Hospitals, clinics, doctors, anyone who needs organ transplants. Who is receiving? People like you and me who need the transplant. Hospitals don't necessarily know where the organ comes from. What they do know is that without the body part their patient will die. The movie, "Never Let Me Go," is a gruesome picture of how the trade in human flesh and bones might evolve , with body parts stores for the public much like auto parts stores for our cars.