Otherworldly Mysteries by Hilary Williamson October 2007
Henry Ward Beecher's last words (spoken in 1887) were 'Now comes the mystery.' More and more books in the mystery genre explore the afterlife and the supernatural - from detectives with varying psychic or magical abilities to ghostly assistants or adversaries, and PIs coping competently not only with regular villains but with powerful vampires and demons as well. Ready for a few mysteries from the twilight zone? Here are thirteen spooky suggestions for you ...
X-Rated Bloodsuckers by Mario Acevedo Reluctant vampire, ex-GI Felix Gomez makes a decent living in the PI business.
Whether they've been put off by the untraditional elements of this new sub-genre, or simply haven't bumped into the books yet, many longtime mystery fans have been missing out on great reading. With Halloween looming on the horizon, perhaps it's time to sink your fangs into some of these otherworldly mysteries and drink deep.
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