debut vampire novel

September 10, 2007

From a quick browse in August’s Kirkus Reviews:

“A creative writing instructor must choose between his serial killer instinct and the tenure track.” (R.M. Kinder’s An Absolute Gentleman)

“This debut vampire novel translated from the Swedish…”(John Ajvide Lindquist’s Let Me In)

“Durable CIA agent turned vigilante political assassin…” (Stuart Woods’ Shoot Him If He Runs)

And my favorite: “Not as sequel to, rather a consequence of Harrison’s eerie space opera, Light. (John Harrison, Nova Swing)