Some demons you simply can't get rid of. Whether past sins haunt you in the afterlife, or a sadistic homosexual vampire hosts your stay in Purgatory--one way or another, you got to get in to get out. No truer words were spoken, as far as Benjamin Shine is concerned. The story, Red Door, introduces Shiny B to the rules and regulations of his current existence. Punishment for his first offense in Purgatory starts his transformation, both as a re-animated human and the eventual vampire into which he'll turn. His retribution is toward his criminal activity with partner, Jo-Jo, one instance where a burglary went sour and turned into the kidnapping of a small girl. As Detective Shine, he must assist the Tangelo family in recovering their daughter, taken during preparations for her fifth birthday party. \r\n\r\nMeanwhile, Shine must find the elusive Natasha, a woman he believes is his girlfriend. He meets her at 238 Merchant Drive--her work place at Cohen & Cohen Insurance Underwriters--and due to their apparent domestic conflict, he stays at 54 Hillside Avenue, room 171. \r\n\r\nHis prisoner number 23854171. \r\n\r\nHe lies in the shoddy hotel room and wonders how to repair the broken relationship. Also, on his mind is the fact that Warner bit him--and he\\\'s changing. \r\n\r\nHow many doors can Benjamin Shine pass through to reach salvation?