Earth is about to become a feeding ground for the Dreeghs, vampire aliens who need the blood of humans to survive . . . William Leigh, a reporter hot on the trail of a strange murder that looks like the victim was drained of blood, meets a young woman who claims to have information . . . After she holds a device in front of his face and flashes a light, Leigh forgets all that he has seen, and she loads him on her spaceship and transports him to the asteroid where she lives. He's her best hope to defeat the rest of the alien Dreeghs before they reach Earth. But the organization, Research Alpha, and the Great Galactics are observing from afar—this plan is but one of many that were set in motion long ago . . . to test whether I.Q. can be "rehabilitated," a Supermind created. Meanwhile on Earth, a mad scientist wants to see just how far along the evolutionary path he can push humans . . . favorable results in one case prove that his serum engenders super physical and mental powers, unfortunately it also has the possibility to promote the wrong elements of the evolutionary chain, and the galactic observers of Research Alpha must intervene . . .
Vampires. Aliens. Vampire Aliens. The quest to develop a Supermind with IQ 10,000.