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Old 10-07-2012, 01:39 PM   #45
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And it's Grave Robbers Wanted (No Experience Necessary) by Jeff Strand by a landslide.

Opps, I mean Carmilla by J. Sheridan LeFanu. No matter; I've already started both and as they're fairly short, you could do worse than to do the same. Carmilla is the one I would have voted for had my vote become necessary, but having delved into both, Grave Robbers Wanted seems to be the more entertaining. It's a mystery/thriller with more than a bit of the slasher genre thrown in but redeemed by the humor and one-liners of the protagonist, Andrew Mayhem. Carmilla is the one we will be discussing, but you may want to add Grave Robbers Wanted to your reading list.
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