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Undead Preferred

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In this first collection of short stories, Francis Paul’s careful prose takes a step out of this world and enters a new reality centered in New York City and its surroundings. Layered with humor, tinged with romance and baring teeth that can rip your heart out “UNDEAD PREFERRED” offers up four stories of desire that will alter lives or just take them away. Addressing the ...more
Kindle Edition, 101 pages
Published July 7th 2013 by SP Publishers
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Paul Hancock
Aug 11, 2013 Paul Hancock rated it it was amazing
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Not your usual vampire stories.
A small volume, the slice of life vampire stories are a good read. Different in content, it takes place in New York City and its surroundings. Humorous, dark, even moving. A couple of ghosts round it out.
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In the days of IBM Selectric's much of what I knew about the paranormal came from Barnabas Collins, Christopher Lee and Linda Blair. During that time most of my writing consisted of poetry and failed attempts at science fiction stories. More recently, I found myself writing plays; a hell of a lot of fun but requiring a large body of people to make it real. So, I revisited stories I’d put aside and ...more
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