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for a rather amusing, ironic take on vampires, try Terry Pratchett's "Carpe Jugulum".

it's a very enjoyable read.

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Tina wrote:I enjoyed Richard Laymons Bite and The Traveling Vampire Show.

Poppy Z Brite has a few also that are very modern day, gothish type too.


I thought The Traveling Vampire Show had a good beginning but by the middle it started to stink. I started it several years ago but haven't finished it yet.

LJ Smigh has some good vampire stories that are getting re-released after a 15yr? hiatus from writing. Keri Arthur has a good story but I've only read 1 so far. Carrie Vaughn doesn't have vamps in it but is a pretty good werewolf series. P.N Elrod has good vamp set in the 1920's complete with the mob and prohibition speak-easy's.

If she's into romance with a vampire twist, you might want to try Jenna Black, Mary Janice Davidson (Betsy Taylor's awesome), Nina Bangs, Michelle Rowan. I'm sure there's more but I'll have to go look at my bookshelf.

pm me if you want a longer list and mini-book reviews
So many books, so little time.

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