Dead Love Book Flies of...

This weekend proved that fiends … or at least fiendish tales … do fly. The first copies of DEAD LOVE managed to fly their way to Book Passage and were gobbled up faster than you can say, “Begone Banshee!” Fortunately Book Passage has a lot of books coming in for...

Dead Love: Zombies in P...

The mere mention of Paris cemeteries makes me think of David Downie, who used to have an office overlooking Père Lachaise in the City of  Light … and dark. David knows EVERYTHING about Paris and I love the way he conjures it in Paris, City of Night, which is about code (as in...

Dead Love: Dead Girls L...

Ahhhh, Voltaire, so moody, so gypsy, so quirky—the dead and the undead love him and his music. And he loves them. Well, he has a lot to say about the dead. The dead don’t say a thing, except maybe late at night when the lights are out in the morgue and the drawers open....

7. Arnotine Ferucand (8...

They were ready to leave at five  p.m. Two first-class seats had been reserved and that was a good thing, since the fat woman would not have fit into a coach seat. Ryu was worried, in fact, about getting her onto the plane. The desk clerk, whose name was Clément, was getting ready for a...

Dead Love: For the All-...

Knowing that some of you are always in the market for something dark and delightful, let me share a link to the Pyramid Collection with you. And, once again, I have some of my tantalizingly twisted pals to thank for this tip. You’ll find lots of cloak and dagger dress here: chokers...