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BookVampires II
By Hilary Williamson (October, 2006)

On gloomy, stormy October evenings, do your thoughts stray to dark-cloaked, bat-winged creatures of the night? Here's our latest lineup of terrifically terrifying (and occasionally hilarious) tales for bookvampires ...

Danse Macabre by Laurell K. Hamilton
Vampire Hunter Anita Blake deals with some of her darkest nightmares.

Dead Man Rising by Lilith Saintcrow
Necromance Dante Valentine in a world of vampires, demons & shamans.

Definitely Dead by Charlaine Harris
Sookie Stackhouse is called to New Orleans by the Queen of Vampires.

Full Moon Rising by Keri Arthur
Riley Jenson is a rare genetic blend of werewolf and vampire.

Lady of Serpents: The Vampyricon#2 by Douglas Clegg
Blends aspects of medieval and Aztec history with Atlantean myth.

The Nymphos of Rocky Flats by Mario Acevedo
Undead PI Felix Gomez is neck-deep in government cover-ups.

Pale Immortal by Anne Frasier
The Pale Immortal once stalked the streets of Tuonela, Wisconsin.

Roman Dusk by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
Count Saint-Germain falls under suspicion in ancient Rome.

The Turning by Jennifer Armintrout
Dr. Carrie Ames is plunged into a shadowy vampire underworld.

Vampire's Seduction by Raven Hart
Mind games between powerful vampires, voodoo, shape-shifters, and ghosts.

Thirsty for more? Read all our Halloween Columns; and don't miss the original spooky short stories in our First Annual ThrillerChiller Theater; but beware of real bookvampires reading over your shoulder; they might get thirsty too!
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