Magistrates of Hell by Barbara Hambly
(A James Asher Vampire Novel)

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James Asher finds himself once more in alliance with vampire Don Simon Ysidro, as their investigations takes them to far-off Peking . . . October, 1912. James Asher, his wife Lydia, and the old occultist and vampire-hunter Dr Solomon Karlebach have journeyed to the new-born Republic of China to investigate the rumour that the mindless Undead – the Others that even the vampires fear – have begun to multiply in the caverns of the hills west of Peking. Alongside his old vampire partner, Don Simon Ysidro, Asher embarks on a sinister hunt, while somewhere in the city’s cold gray labyrinth lurk the Peking vampires, known as the Magistrates of Hell – with an agenda of their own . . .

About Barbara Hambly

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Barbara Hambly is the New York Times-bestselling author of many fantasy and science fiction titles, including shared universe novels for Star Wars and Star Trek. Her popular Benjamin January series has spanned five books to date, with more forthcoming. She makes her home in Los Angeles.
Published July 1, 2012 by Severn House Digital. 256 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Historical/fantasy novelist Hambly (Blood Maidens, 2011, etc.) takes another bite out of crime and otherworldly goings-on in her latest vampire novel.

Jul 22 2012 | Read Full Review of Magistrates of Hell (A James ...

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In Hambly's newest James Asher vampire novel (after Those Who Hunt the Night), the titular British spy; his brilliant wife, Lydia; and Asher's old teacher and vampire hunter, Rebbe Solomon Karlebach,

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