CRIMES BY MOONLIGHT
When 20 of the genre's most talented writers dip their toes into the paranormal, readers are the big winners. Authors include Harris, Max Allan Collins, Harley Jane Kozak, Carolyn Hart and other masters of the craft, presenting a first-rate collection of stories that vary from the chilling to the charming.
In "Dahlia Underground," Harris tells the tale of vampires after the attack of anti-vampire terrorists. Hart brings back Bailey Ruth Raeborn, an almost-angel assigned to help mankind; S.W. Hubbard reveals the little girl behind a mysterious death in "House of Horrors" and William Kent Krueger gives the story of the mythical Circe a modern twist. (PRIME CRIME, Apr., 368 pp., $24.95)