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Burning Shadows
(Saint-Germain Chronicles: Book 21)
December 1, 2009
Available: December 8, 2009
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Borne in Blood
(Saint-Germain Chronicles: Book 20)
December 1, 2008
Available: December 1, 2008
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States of Grace
(Saint-Germain Series: Book 12)
August 1, 2005
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Dark of the Sun
(Sain Germaine: Book 3)
November 1, 2004
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Apprehensions and Other Delusions
November 1, 2003
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Midnight Harvest
September 24, 2003
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Night Bloomng: The Chronicles of Saint-Germain
November 1, 2002
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A Feast In Exile
October 1, 2002
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HÔtel Transylvania
(Saint German #1)
September 1, 2002
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Dracula In London
November 1, 2001
Available: November 1, 2001
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A Feast In Exile
September 1, 2001
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Come Twilight
(Saint-Germain)
October 1, 2000
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Chelsea Quinn Yarbro


Chelsea Quinn Yarbro is one of only two women ever to be named as Grand Master of the World Horror Convention (2003). She is the recipient of the Fine Foundation Award for Literary Achievement (1993) and (along with Fred Saberhagen) was awarded the Knightly Order of the Brasov Citadel by the Transylvanian Society of Dracula in 1997. In 1995 Yarbro was the only novelist guest of the Romanian government for the First World Dracula Congress, sponsored by the Transylvanian Society of Dracula, the Romanian Bureau of Tourism and the Romanian Ministry of Culture. She has been nominated for the Edgar, World Fantasy, and Bram Stoker Awards and was the first female president of the Horror Writers Association. Her manuscripts are being archived at Bowling Green University. Yarbro is one of the first women to have made a successful and long career writing modern supernatural fiction.

Yarbro is best known as the creator of the heroic vampire, the Count Saint-Germain. With her creation of Saint-Germain, she delved into history and vampiric literature and subverted the standard myth to invent the first vampire who was more honorable, humane, and heroic than most of the humans around him. The world and its mortal inhabitants, not the vampires, are forces of darkness in Yarbro's long-running "historical horror" series. She fully meshed the vampire with romance and accurately detailed historical fiction and filtered it through a feminist perspective that both the giving of sustenance and its taking were of equal erotic potency. Yarbro's novels are notable for laying the groundwork for the 1990s upsurge of "paranormal

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