Fear the Fever [NOOK Book]

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Fear the Fever, the seventh of the provocative Hot Blood anthology series, is the hottest yet.  Your blood will boil as you peruse  P.D. Cacek’s Bram Stoker award-winning story “Metalica” and Graham Masterton’s Stoker- nominated story “The Secret Shih Tan.”  Emmy and Nebula Award winning writer Alan Brennert brings “Fantasies” to the Hot Blood series, while Jack Ketchum and Edward Lee join forces for the unforgettable “Love Letters from the Rain Forest.”   Lucy Taylor and Bruce Jones are among...
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Fear the Fever

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Overview

Fear the Fever, the seventh of the provocative Hot Blood anthology series, is the hottest yet.  Your blood will boil as you peruse  P.D. Cacek’s Bram Stoker award-winning story “Metalica” and Graham Masterton’s Stoker- nominated story “The Secret Shih Tan.”  Emmy and Nebula Award winning writer Alan Brennert brings “Fantasies” to the Hot Blood series, while Jack Ketchum and Edward Lee join forces for the unforgettable “Love Letters from the Rain Forest.”   Lucy Taylor and Bruce Jones are among the other contributors.  17 steaming, sizzling, brilliant pieces of original erotic horror fiction. 
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012262608
  • Publisher: Jabberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Series: The Hot Blood Series , #7
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Jeff Gelb co-created the internationally-published, award-winning Hot Blood series (13 volumes) with Michael Garrett, and co-edited the Flesh & Blood anthologies with Max Allan Collins. Most recently Gelb has co-edited the award-winning Dark Delicacies anthologies (three to date) with Del Howison. He has also edited several Shock Rock editions, and Fear Itself. Gelb’s one novel to date is Specters, and also has one comic book writing credit: Bettie Page Comics, done with Dave Stevens. Gelb lives in Southern California with his wife of over 30 years.

Michael Garrett has been widely published since 1979, in periodicals ranging from Twilight Zone magazine to his own first novel, Keeper, which sold out its initial printing and was optioned for a movie. His works have been published internationally as well as in audio book format. Garrett served as an Editorial Associate of the Writer's Digest School and presents highly acclaimed fiction workshops at major colleges and universities across the nation. He currently serves as a freelance editor and maintains a website of free advice for unpublished writers at www.writing2sell.com.
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