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Vampire Stories of Nancy Kilpatrick: 16 Magical Stories of Short Fiction
Nancy Kilpatrick
0889627266
November 2000
Paperback
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To the Third Power
Nancy Kilpatrick
1844162818
April 2006
Mass Market Paperback
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Book Description
Moon Camp Americana is home to some of humanity's most forward-thinking research scientists. But have they really cloned serial killer Jason Voorhees, not once, but twice?!


Jason X #3: Planet of the Beast, Vol. 3
Nancy Kilpatrick
1844161838
June 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Third in a brand new series taking the mass serial killer Jason Voorhees into the realms of SF and violence! The motionless body of Jason Voorhees is discovered by scientists on Planet 666. The infamous killer awakes to discover his comatose state has allowed the scientists to create an equally murderous replica.

About the Author
Born in the US, Nancy Kilpatrick now resides in Montreal, Canada, where she lives in a gothically-inclined apartment. She writes full-time and also edits. She has over a dozen critically acclaimed horror novels to her name.


Outsiders: 22 All New Stories from the Edge
Nancy Holder (Editor)
0451460448
October 2005
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Presented as "stories from the edge" about misfits and outcasts, Holder and Kirkpatrick's all-original anthology of moody horror instead shows how close to the edge everyone is. Neil Gaiman, Poppy Z. Brite, Elizabeth Massie and other award-winning writers cover a gamut of approaches, from traditional shocker and physical slasher through psychological terror to urban New Weird dark fantasy. While most selections respect the "outsider" theme, many exhibit a longing for community, taking an "alternate mainstream," not an antimainstream, attitude. A notable exception is Joe R. Lansdale's unsettling tale of the University of Texas clock-tower shootings, "The Shadows, Kith and Kin." Often clever in their descriptions of the networks that outsiders form, these stories tend to give insights into subcultures rather than...


Eternal City
Nancy Kilpatrick
0786249609
Jan 2003
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
Despite its reliance on genre clich‚s, this traditional horror novel from Arthur Ellis Award-winner Nancy Kilpatrick and her lesser known co-author offers its fair share of chills. To a remote location (northern Ontario), a lone woman (Claire Mowatt) comes to settle the inheritance of a mysteriously dead relative (her psychic Aunt Lillian). A virtuous romantic interest warns her of Dark Things, while a sinister would-be lover, the CEO of the Nirvana Corporation, builders of the gated community of Eternal City, wants to buy her land. The plot proceeds much as seasoned horror fans would expect. While the stupidity of villainous vampires in allowing sewage to flow untreated into the local lake undermines credibility, some strong secondary characters, like the corrupt but ultimately valiant cop Jack Williams and...


Northern Frights 2: Chilling Tales by Hugh B Cave, Charles Grant, Edward D Hoch, Nancy Kilpatrick, James Powell, Garfiel, Vol. 2
Don Hutchison (Editor)
0889625646
August 1995
Paperback
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The Goth Bible
Nancy Kilpatrick
0312306962
October 2004
Paperback
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From Booklist
If spilling into the mainstream betokens a subculture losing its allure, Kilpatrick's cute compendium may be sounding the death knell for goth. Kilpatrick plucked "ninety-five anonymous goths" off the Net to answer 125 questions and thereby serve as "The [cross] Section" responsible for the findings in a book that caused--"fortunately for me," she notes--"a bidding war . . . among several publishers." Her informants often sent photographs, many of which accompany snippets of their responses in some of the book's dandy marginalia. Although very much about and for contemporary embracers of the goth lifestyle, this is a user-friendly tome that briefly addresses the historical, big-g Goths, drawing parallels and illuminating influences on today's small-g goths. Not that it's all serious historical analysis....


Bloodlover, Vol. 4
Nancy Kilpatrick
0968677606
September 2000
Paperback
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Book Description
It's London, England, in the 1960s and anything goes. Julien has been around for almost 500 years, and most of that time he's been alone. To Jeanette, in her shallow world, Julien is just another man to be manipulated. Two of the most popular characters in the vampire series "Power of the Blood" meet in this novel of passion and violence, intrigue and revenge.


Near Death
Nancy Kilpatrick
0889628394
Jan 2005
Paperback
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Child of the Night: Power of the Blood World
Nancy Kilpatrick
0889628203
May 2004
Paperback
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Poppy Z. Brite
Nancy Kilpatrick is an adventurous writer of erotic horror --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

Karl Edward Wagner
Lovers of vampire fiction have found a new goddess in Nancy Kilpatrick. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Fragile Path Testaments of the First Cabal
Nancy Kilpatrick
1565044320
Aug 1995
Paperback
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The Darker Passions: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Nancy Kilpatrick
1885865368
May 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
The second title in The Darker Passions series. In 1993 Amarantha Knight took Bram Stoker's classic Dracula, a tome heavy with the repressed sexuality of the Victorian age, and unrepressed it. The book was so successful that it spawned a series of seven erotic retellings of Victorian gothic novels, Rife with spankings, whippings, and the discovery of hidden sexualities, this version of Jekyll & Hyde explores the monster of lust that lurks inside even the most respectable characters.

From the Publisher
It is an old story, one of incredible, frightening transformations achieved through mysterious experiments. Now, Amarantha Knight explores the steamy possibilities of a tale where no one is quite who or what they seem. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable...


Darker Passions: Frankenstein
Amarantha Knight
188586535X
October 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
The mistress of erotic horror sets her sights on Mary Shelleys darkest creation. What if you could create a living, breathing human? What shocking acts could it be taught to perform, to desire, to love? Find out what pleasures await those who play God in another breathtaking installation in the popular Darker Passions series. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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