Twilight by Mel Keegan

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Mel Keegan returns to the voluptuous realm of the vampyre and the changeling .... but madness and murder once again haunt Vince Bantry and Michael Flynn.

England, 1905. A new century has begun ... and for both changeling and the vampyre, the challenge is to survive in a world which is rapidly changing. The era of science has been born. The automobile, the telephone and forensic medicine complicate the already difficult lives of the Children of the Night. The vampyre show themselves more rarely, and their beloved changelings must be more cautious than ever.

A newspaper from the Devonshire region carries a disturbing story which makes terrible sense to Vince Bantry and Michael Flynn. Changelings very like themselves are perishing in the bleak, beautiful moorland, and others have vanished utterly. Who is murdering, and why? And what has become of the ‘bad boy,’ the big, blond, handsome and irresistible Nicholas Crane, whose reputation as a profligate and scoundrel is a legend in the county? Nick was last seen in the company of a changeling woman, before both disappeared ... and the turmoil of blood, deceit and fear began.

New from the acclaimed author of FORTUNES OF WAR and the award-winning historical, THE DECEIVERS. As intricately detailed and lovingly crafted as Nocturne, Twilight is by turns a mystery, a chilling thriller and a surprising love story ... always with the ‘twist of fantasy’ which was so delicious in the original novel of Bantry, Flynn, the vampyre Chabrier, and other characters, all of whom are unforgettable in a novel which is rapidly becoming a cult classic in its own right.
 

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Published October 15, 2005 by DreamCraft. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, History, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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