BLOOD LITE II the HWA anthology edited by Kevin J. Anderson combines horror and humor for a quick and quirky read. It’s now available in a Mass Market version, along with the previously available Paperback and Kindle editions.
Can a killer’s basement blood-feast be a tax write-off (under Entertainment)? Not if Vlad the IRS agent nails him first in Heather Graham’s “Death and Taxes.”
What does a pack of hungry she-wolves do to solve their man troubles? Ladies Night Out takes a wicked turn in “Dog Tired (of the Drama!)” by L. A. Banks.
How far will an elite call girl go to beat a murder rap? Stuck with a dead client in a luxury L.A. hotel room, she might strike a costly bargain with a woman of unearthly powers in Allison Brennan’s “Her Lucky Day.”
Who actually writes those tabloid stories about Bigfoot? Meet a journalist of the unexplained (she’s 50 percent demon) and her boyfriend (he’s 100 percent thief), as they heat up a museum exhibition that’s also a soul-snatching battleground in “Lucifer’s Daughter” by Kelley Armstrong.
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