Every so often, over the past twenty years, fantasy writer Lawrence Watt-Evans has written a vampire story. Up until now, these have been scattered across several magazines, anthologies, and even children's books, some of them very obscure. This book finally collects them all in one place.
The stories included are "The Name of Fear," "The Art of Dying," "Eye of the Beholder," "I Was A Bestselling Teenage Werewolf," "Blood Feud," "George Pinkerton and the Bloodsucking Fiend of Brokentree Swamp," "Richie," "Worthy of His Hire," "The Pimp," "Efficiency," "The Note Beside the Body," and "The Pick-Up." They range from funny to frightening, and mix in unicorns, werewolves, and monster-hunting librarians with their various bloodsuckers.
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About the Author
Lawrence Watt-Evans is the award-winning author of over forty novels and more than a hundred short stories in the fields of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. He lives in Takoma Park, Maryland with his wife and an overweight cat.