WALK IN MOONLIGHT by ROSEMARY LAUREY
Vampires . . . blackmail . . . and murder in a peaceful
English village . . .
When Dixie LePage inherits her great-aunts' home in Surrey England, she doesn't expect to find ghosts, murder, and witches abounding.
It's not the attempts on her life that bother her. It's not even that her aunts were named witches. It's the handsome vampire, Christopher Marlowe, that teaches her the real meaning of culture shock.
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"Exciting New Vampire Series"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted October 14, 2001
A not-quite Dead Poet's Society in Jolly Olde England? One
of the really interesting aspects
of this book was that Ms. Laurey cast a real historical
figure in the role of the vampire hero. Christopher
Marlowe, a contemporary of William Shakespeare, was a well-
known poet and playwright Read more...
"Exciting , Intriguing Supernatural Romance"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted October 15, 2001
South Carolinian librarian Dixie LePage travels to England
to look over her recent inheritance, the Orchard House in
Bringham. Dixie hopes the time in England will help her
recover form the death of her grandmother and perhaps learn
more about the Underwood side of her ancestors, especially
since her great Read more...