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Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy
It doesn't get much creepier than this! A variety of horrifically good authors dole out 21 tales of the macabre that are heavily spiced with humor. Have a taste for zombies and cannibals? You got it. Want werewolves, vampire or demons? No problem. There's a something for everyone in this gruesome gallery.
"The Ungrateful Dead" is a tale of ghosts and zombies from Kelley Armstrong. In Lucien Soulban's "Hell in a Handbasket,"Hell doesn't know what hit it when a baby is left at its gates. In Charlaine Harris' "An Evening With Al Gore," werewolves plan a feast with environmental consequences. In "Where Angels Fear to Tread," Sherilynn Kenyon sets up a reluctant avenger, and Jim Butcher depicts poor Harry Dresden trying to preserve his free time in "Day Off." These are just a few choice samples from this diabolical anthology. (POCKET, Oct., 400 pp., $16.00)
Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith
Published: October 2008