This exploration of author Laurell K. Hamilton's work examines the many novels of her series and shows how her writing has been a major influence on contemporary visions of the vampire―an ideal reference text for book club leaders.
· Presents a chronology of major milestones in vampire literature and film
· Contains images of Hamilton's book covers
· Provides a bibliography of Hamilton's works, secondary sources, and websites, as well as a detailed "What Do I Read Next" listing of other writers who may be of interest to Hamilton's fans
· Includes a glossary of terms and major characters for each of Hamilton's two major series
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The vampire—a mythic human creature that feeds off the life essence of normal people—has been a staple of English-language fiction for almost 200 years since the publication of John Polidori's The Vampyre in 1819. Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake vampire-based series, now consisting of 19 novels, has sold over six million copies.About the Author:
Candace R. Benefiel is associate professor and humanities librarian in the Texas A&M University Libraries, College Station, TX.
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