Something in the Blood

  • Title: Something in the Blood
  • Author: Jeff Guinn Andy Grieser
  • ISBN: 9781565302099
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Something in the Blood From Bram Stoker to present day Hollywood the mythology of vampires has fascinated horrified and even titillated us Shedding light upon the underground world of real vampires Guinn takes a candid
    From Bram Stoker to present day Hollywood, the mythology of vampires has fascinated, horrified, and even titillated us Shedding light upon the underground world of real vampires, Guinn takes a candid, in depth look at people who appear ordinary but claim to be vampires Written from personal interviews with actual vampires, Something in the Blood documents vampires trueFrom Bram Stoker to present day Hollywood, the mythology of vampires has fascinated, horrified, and even titillated us Shedding light upon the underground world of real vampires, Guinn takes a candid, in depth look at people who appear ordinary but claim to be vampires Written from personal interviews with actual vampires, Something in the Blood documents vampires true natures and discloses their lifestyles and techniques.

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    About Jeff Guinn Andy Grieser


    1. Jeff Guinn is the author of MANSON The Life and Times of Charles Manson, THE LAST GUNFIGHT The Real Story of the Shootout at the O.K Corral And How It Changed the American West, and GO DOWN TOGETHER The True, Untold Story of Bonnie Clyde, which was a finalist for an Edgar Award in 2010 He was a longtime journalist who has won national, regional and state awards for investigative reporting, feature writing and literary criticism He has written sixteen books including New York Times bestsellers One of only 32 members of the Texas Literary Hall of Fame, he lives in Fort Worth, Texas.


    140 Comments


    1. Tries hard to be 'objective', but repeats most of the cliches found in earlier books. Lacks the narrative pace of Page or Guiley, although isn't as condescending.

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    2. Very interesting, honest, and informative!

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