If You Are Too Cheap to Buy a Wig

“The Vampire Countess” by Paul Féval c. 1855 Translation by Brian Stableford, c. 2003 Early in 1804, the salons and dram houses of Paris teem with conspirators against Napoleon Bonaparte—some desiring revenge, some hoping to prevent him from becoming emperor. Against this backdrop, an unusual vampiress hatches a plot of her own. There's unusually good fishing along the Quai de Bethune in Paris—because the fish have been feeding on all the bodies that someone has been dumping there. While the novel is unnecessarily complicated with political details from the Napoleonic Era (and the later era of Napoleon II, but in disguise), the story is quite interesting. I would suggest modern readers skip

Werewolf Horror

“In Sheep's Clothing” by Lee J. Minter, 2018 Samantha Jackson is an 18-year-old would-be journalist in the tiny town of Harper Creek, SD. Her mom, Gina, is a medical examiner. After a hitchhiker is found murdered, they find themselves dealing with a growing death toll. Sheriff Alvarez is tasked with investigating a series of murders beyond his ability to understand. Game Warden Smith may be better suited to deal with attacks by a wolf... but who is trained to deal with a wolf that has human DNA? Added to this mix is Luna Dye, another stranger, not so mysterious, on account of Minter blatantly revealing her supernatural nature. However, she quickly becomes the most interesting and appealing c

Werewolf Horror

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